The Truancy Diversion Program (TDP) seeks to assist students and families with the tools and skills they need to create change in attendance habits.
Kentucky students took the Kentucky Summative Assessment (KSA) in the Spring of 2023. The tests were developed by Kentucky teachers and align with the Kentucky Academic Standards (KAS) in each content area. Elizabethtown Independent School district experienced significant improvements in Elementary social studies scores and an increase in overall district categories across the board with district scores landing at or above the state average.
This week, students at T.K. Stone Middle School kicked off their school’s chapter of Sources of Strength, a best practice youth mental health promotion and suicide prevention program designed to harness the power of peer social networks to create healthy norms and culture, ultimately preventing suicide, violence, bullying, and substance misuse.
Today, six students from Elizabethtown High School (EHS) began their experience in this year’s Youth Leadership Hardin County through the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce (HCCC).
We are excited to announce the return of Don Pitts as head baseball coach at Elizabethtown High School (EHS).
We are pleased to announce our September Students of the Month. These students have shown excellence since the beginning of this school year and will be recognized at the September Board of Education meeting on September 18, 2023.
A senior outside hitter for Elizabethtown High School (EHS) Lady Panther Volleyball, Ava LaFollette put the practice of sportsmanship to the test this week during the fourth set of an intense match-up against Taylor County.
At the August 22, 2023 Board meeting, EHS Senior BETA members were recognized for an outstanding past year. The list of accomplishments is impressive for the chapter's 112 members.
T.K. Stone Middle School hosted its first meeting of Equipping Panthers this week, a club designed to empower students with executive function skills essential for success in academics, future careers, and personal growth. The program's inaugural meeting hosted distinguished guest speaker Mayor Jeff Gregory of Elizabethtown, marking a significant step forward in preparing students for a dynamic and competitive world.
The Elizabethtown Independent School District (EIS) Board of Education is pleased to announce Paul M. Mullins, 1983 Elizabethtown High School alumnus, as the district’s new Superintendent, concluding his position with Logan County Schools August 31. Mullins, who was named Superintendent of the Year by the Kentucky Educational Development Cooperative (KEDC) in 2022, has served as Superintendent of Logan County Schools for the last seven years.