June Kentucky School Advocate explores subjects of early graduation, healthy morning meals and a solid start to high school

Be looking for your June edition of the KSBA magazine, the Kentucky School Advocate, online and in your mailbox by June 1 if you want to see how school districts are handling a variety of shared issues, regardless of enrollment size or location.

In the June magazine, you learn how McCreary County High is making sure incoming freshmen know all of their options, from classes to extracurriculars.

You’ll see what LaRue County leaders have gleaned from a project to ensure sleepy middle and high school students don’t go through the morning with rumbling stomachs.

You will read about Russell Independent’s “outreach” effort to give community leaders an up-close look at its schools and the learning that goes on within them.

And you’ll find out what Carter County has done with the new law allowing students to graduate after just three years of high school.

Plus:

· A report on two successful utility rate hike interventions that will save Kentucky schools millions of dollars annually.

· The latest about KDE’s Districts of Innovation initiative and how school systems will be looking to 2016-17 to get involved.

· A photo essay on a special night celebrating the arts in Ludlow Independent.

· A perspective on one aspect of the legacy of Education Commissioner Terry Holliday as he nears retirement.

It’s all coming shortly in the June edition of the Kentucky School Advocate.

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