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.
Several Nelson County Schools’ bands performed during a concert Dec. 5 in the Thomas Nelson High School Performing Arts Center.
Choirs from Old Kentucky Home Middle School and Nelson County High School performed Dec. 4 in the Nelson County High School auditorium.
Singing reindeer were among the numerous actors in the Boston School third- through fifth-grade performance of Santa’s Holiday Hoedown.
Applications to be taken for appointment to the Nelson County Board of Education.
Many students spend more for college than they should by making some common mistakes.
The district will be using non-traditional instructional days (NTI/Best Days) to make up some days missed because of inclement weather.
The Thomas Nelson Drama Company will perform Harvey by Mary Chase Friday (Nov. 17) and Saturday (Nov. 18) in the TNHS Performing Arts Center.
“Cardinal Follies” will be presented in the Nelson County High School auditorium this weekend, Nov. 17-19.
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.
Air Force Junior ROTC cadets participated in Veterans Day observances at both NCHS and TNHS.
Café Murder runs Friday and Saturday, Nov. 10-11 at 7 p.m. in the TNHS auditorium.
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow runs Friday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 11 at 2 and 7 p.m. in the Thomas Nelson High School auditorium.
The district is seeking a high school English teacher. Apply online.
Superintendent search will keep the board of education busy.
Students should be familiar with credit scores, according to the KHEAA.
New Haven and Boston Schools and Nelson County Early Learning Center are sponsoring a fundraiser to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
Nelson County High students participated in Operation Preparation on Oct. 19.
Chef Mike Jones (center) shares the secrets for making delicious fish tacos with the cafeteria staff at Thomas Nelson High School.
The Nelson County Schools is seeking bus drivers and mechanics.
The Nelson County Schools district is in need of more substitute teachers.
A flower and a praying mantis become part of a Horizons Academy landscaping team.
Dr. Aristofanes Cedeno, GSP Executive Director and Academic Dean, shares his knowledge of the GSP application process while at NCHS.
Select the school(s) your child attends and complete the technology survey.
Future college students need to understand some common financial aid terms.
FFA members gather gourds behind Thomas Nelson High School in preparation for Fall Fest.
Thomas Nelson High School Student Organization Council members address and deliver a slide presentation for the Nelson County Board of Education.
The Bardstown/Nelson County College Fair was held Sept. 14 at Thomas Nelson High School.
Fifty-four NCHS students earned a 3 or above on this spring's Advanced Placement exams.
Students at the Nelson County Early Learning Center celebrated International Dot Day.
The Nelson County Area Technology Center has announced its Students of the Month for September.
To apply for this position and to see other openings, follow this link.
Nelson County Schools is seeking to hire four RNs to serve as school nurses.
All area juniors and seniors are invited to the Bardstown/Nelson County College Fair on Sept. 14.
Students entering college or technical school in fall 2018 should submit their financial forms as soon as possible after Oct. 1, 2017.
Nelson County High School is now taking nominations for its 2017 Athletic Hall of Fame.
Schools will be closed on Monday, Aug. 21. (Photo courtesy of pixabay.com)
Five members of the Superintendent Screening Committee have been selected.
On Labor Day, Sept. 4, at 8 a.m. join a family-friendly 5K run/walk at NCHS.
The district is moving forward with the parent nomination process for the Superintendent Screening Committee.
MCAKY has presented the Area Technology Center with $5,000 to enhance welding and HVAC instruction.
Racers begin the Popsicle races on Aug. 16 at Thomas Nelson High School.
Twenty-six area students have been named Senator Jeff Green Scholars.
Students begin a writing assignment at Old Kentucky Home Middle School on the first day of school.
NCHS freshman Jack Metcalf in his Algebra I class.
The morning sun highlights Nelson County students returning to school, Wednesday, Aug. 9.
TNHS and NCHS cross-country teams invite students, grades kindergarten through 8, to the 9th annual Popsicle Races.
Join the “Run/Walk for the Kids” Aug. 26, 2017, at Bernheim Forest.
Interim Superintendent Tom Brown talks to TNHS staff members. He visited every district school on Aug. 8.
Interim Superintendent Tom Brown talks to classified staff members.
Nelson County High School held its 2017-2018 Open House on Aug. 2.
Old Kentucky Home Middle School’s “Wildcat Launch” introduced sixth-graders to middle school life.
Nicole Bowling, center, with son Charles, discusses class information with Boston fourth- and fifth-grade teacher Shay Lancaster during Open House.
Tom Brown of Danville has been named acting superintendent for the Nelson County Schools system, effective Aug. 1.
The Nelson County Schools World Readiness Program has earned coast-to-coast recognition from the National School Public Relations Association.
Haley Gootee Victery has been selected to lead Cox’s Creek Elementary School into the new school year.
Robin Handloser has been selected as the next principal at Old Kentucky Home Middle School.
Area maintenance workers recently met at Old Kentucky Home Middle School.
NCHS teacher Katherine Kirzinger works with Keidren Ellery on a lesson during summer school at Horizons Academy.
“I’m very excited and humbled to be named principal of Nelson County High School."
Artists for the districtwide visual arts calendar are honored.
Nine from TNHS are accepted for GSP.
Joseph Miles Newton and Caitlin Fox will represent NCHS at GSP this summer.
April's "Expect the Best" achievement award winners pose for a photo.
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).
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.
Various art forms were on view at the Boston Arts Showcase.
Seven SkillsUSA members from Nelson County Area Technology Center qualified for state competition in early March.
The Boston Science Fair had 86 projects and 106 participants this year.
After a successful launch this year, the Nelson County Schools Leadership Lab program is already gearing up for the 2017-18 school year.
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.
The Nelson County High School Lady Cardinals basketball team defeated the Elizabethtown High School Panthers on March 4, 69-56.
Nelson County Schools Superintendent Anthony Orr and the Nelson County Board of Education presented the January Expect the Best achievement awards on Jan. 17.
Four Boston School students performed musical selections for the Nelson County Board of Education during its regular monthly meeting, Jan. 17.
Louisville dance instructor Deborah Denenfield conducted a week-long residency at Cox’s Creek Elementary School recently.
Lydia Newton, an Old Kentucky Home Middle School eighth-grader, earned first place in the annual Nelson County Farm Bureau Spelling Bee Feb. 2 at the Nelson County Civic Center. Jagger Stone, a Cox’s Creek Elementary School fifth-grader, earned third place in the annual bee.
Attorney Terry Geoghegan, right, administers the oath of office for Nelson County Board of Education members elected last fall.