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January Students of the Month January Students of the Month

Congratulations to these five excellent students attending EIS!

Bulk Meals Delivered on Time! Bulk Meals

Thank you to our hard-working Nutrition Staff.  They put together bulk meals for the Holiday Break for many of our families while still doing daily meals for delivery and pickup.   An amazing crew at EIS!

#MaskUpForOurKids!

As the holiday season approaches, stores get busier and small gatherings happen, it's more important than ever that we #MaskUpForOurKids.

Elizabethtown Independent School District, Hardin County Schools, Saint James Catholic School, and community leaders are partnering to remind everyone how important it is to follow the health guidelines.

An SJS student and Adam Castenir from Grace Heartland Church remind us to not let down our guard.

#MaskUpForOurKids!

 

 

As the holiday season approaches, stores get busier and small gatherings happen, it's more important than ever that we #MaskUpForOurKids.

Elizabethtown Independent School District, Hardin County Schools, Saint James Catholic School, and community leaders are partnering to remind everyone how important it is to follow the health guidelines.

An HCS SJS student and former HCS staff member Jennifer Stuecker remind us to not let down our guard.

#MaskUpForOurKids!

As the holiday season approaches, stores get busier and small gatherings happen, it's more important than ever that we #MaskUpForOurKids.

Elizabethtown Independent School District, Hardin County Schools - Kentucky, Saint James Catholic School and community leaders are partnering to remind everyone how important it is to follow the health guidelines.

SJS students and Kendra Scott from the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce remind us to not let down our guard.

HARDIN COUNTY - WE NEED YOU TO #MaskUpForOurKids!

#MaskUpForOurKids!

 

 

As the holiday season approaches, stores get busier and small gatherings happen, it's more important than ever that we #MaskUpForOurKids.

Elizabethtown Independent School District, Hardin County Schools - Kentucky, Saint James Catholic School, and community leaders are partnering to remind everyone how important it is to follow the health guidelines.

An HCS student and the Vine Grove Police Department remind us to not let down our guard.

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