The district will be using non-traditional instructional days (NTI/Best Days) to make up some days missed because of inclement weather.
Kentucky Association of School Administrators Director of Program Development Owens Saylor speaks to district staff about the superintendent search process, which will include a community forum and survey.
Parents, staff, students, and community members are invited to share their thoughts about characteristics needed in a new superintendent.
The district is seeking a high school English teacher. Apply online.
Superintendent search will keep the board of education busy.
The Nelson County Schools is seeking bus drivers and mechanics.
The Nelson County Schools district is in need of more substitute teachers.
Select the school(s) your child attends and complete the technology survey.
Five members of the Superintendent Screening Committee have been selected.
The district is moving forward with the parent nomination process for the Superintendent Screening Committee.
TNHS and NCHS cross-country teams invite students, grades kindergarten through 8, to the 9th annual Popsicle Races.
Schools will be closed on Monday, Aug. 21. (Photo courtesy of pixabay.com)
Interim Superintendent Tom Brown talks to FHES staff members. He visited every district school on Aug. 8.
Join the “Run/Walk for the Kids” Aug. 26, 2017, at Bernheim Forest.
Tom Brown of Danville has been named acting superintendent for the Nelson County Schools system, effective Aug. 1.
Nelson County Schools will open its doors – and ears – for a “listening tour” of sorts this summer.
Attorney Terry Geoghegan, right, administers the oath of office for Nelson County Board of Education members elected last fall.
Nelson County Board of Education member Diane Berry has been elected to the Kentucky School Boards Association (KSBA) Board of Directors as a Director at Large.
With his announced retirement July 1, Nelson County Schools Chief Information Officer (CIO) David Coffing (right) will pass the CIO baton to Technology Director Jesse Morgan (left).
The Nelson County Schools bus system includes 75 buses that cover 64 routes and drive close to a million miles each year to serve the school system’s nearly 5,000 students.
Nelson County Schools Superintendent Anthony Orr and the Nelson County Board of Education presented the January Expect the Best achievement awards on Jan. 17.