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Getting down to business at OKHMS

Sign says Class of 2024Joan Cain, a 6th-grade social studies teacher at Old Kentucky Home Middle School, holds a sign for 6th-grade students to follow as they prepare to head to their first day of classes. As they progress through school, the sign signifies these 6th-graders will become members of the high school graduating class of 2024. The graphic on the sign is a key part of the new OKHMS logo. Photos by Tom Dekle, Communications Director

Students chat with a teacher on the first day of school Sixth-grade science teacher Mona MacCormack chats with students Haleigh Martin, Breanna Smith, and Abagail Robert, who are lined up prior to the start of school at OKHMS. The students are all in sixth grade.

Students work on a writing assignmentBlake Goodman, right, along with Bob Logsdon and Cameron Turner, begin a writing project, Wednesday, Aug. 9. The students are class members in Michelle Williams’ 7th-Grade language arts class at Old Kentucky Home Middle School.





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