Nelson County Schools Superintendent Wes Bradley recently honored Tom Brown for his work as interim superintendent.
A reception for Wes Bradley is planned for 4:30-6 p.m., Monday, May 7, in the cafeteria at Old Kentucky Home Middle School.
The board of education has named Wes Bradley the next superintendent for the Nelson County Schools system.
Help your child's school choose the right classroom technology by answering a brief survey. Click the image above to participate. Survey closes April 30.
Nelson County Schools will dismiss 2 ½ hours early on Friday, April 13.
Non-traditional curiosity and innovation camps set for the NC Area Technology Center this summer.
Taylora Schlossar has withdrawn her name from consideration for the superintendent’s position.
Dates have been set for superintendent candidates to visit the district for tours, interviews, and public receptions.
The board has named four finalists for the Superintendent’s position.
Visit or call your child's school to sign-up for this free program.
Workshops are scheduled for special-needs families.
Enjoy a fitness activity and support your community!
This is a reminder about upcoming makeup days.
The Nelson County Board of Education has a new member.
Many in the Nelson County Schools supported #MarshallStrong on Feb. 2.
Nelson County Schools was recognized, Jan. 23, as one of the top five energy efficient school districts in Kentucky for the 2016-17 school year.
Ten new Google Certified Educators for Nelson County Schools were honored for their achievement during the Board of Education meeting, Jan. 24.
Two hours of Broadway music will be presented by students from all over Nelson County this weekend.
Nelson County School District has closed all schools for Friday, Jan. 12. Childcare centers will remain open.
Superintendent applications being accepted through February 26, 12:00 noon.
Recent amendments to the state law regarding immunization schedules required for attending school take effect July 1.
NEW immunization requirements will be in effect for the 2018-19 school year.
Choirs from Old Kentucky Home Middle School and Nelson County High School performed Dec. 4 in the Nelson County High School auditorium.
OKH 8th graders visited county high schools on November 29th.
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.
Students begin a writing assignment at Old Kentucky Home Middle School on the first day of school.
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 OKHMS staff members. He visited every district school on Aug. 8.
Join the “Run/Walk for the Kids” Aug. 26, 2017, at Bernheim Forest.
Old Kentucky Home Middle School’s “Wildcat Launch” introduced sixth-graders to middle school life.
Tom Brown of Danville has been named acting superintendent for the Nelson County Schools system, effective Aug. 1.
Robin Handloser has been selected as the next principal at Old Kentucky Home Middle School.