Paducah Public Schools

Paducah Public Schools

  The large majority of school districts in far western Kentucky have re-opened to in-person classes ahead of Governor Andy Beshear’s recommendation that school districts hold off until September 28, yet regional school and health leaders say the first weeks of in-person classes have gone well despite active COVID-19 cases. 

Courtesy of Paducah Public Schools

The Paducah Innovation Hub has selected a local middle school teacher as the Makerspace Director.

Paducah Public Schools, via Facebook Page

Paducah Tilghman High School’s head cheerleading coach has resigned. WPSD-TV reported David Wade submitted his resignation Wednesday.

Paducah Public Schools, via Facebook

Paducah Public Schools are closed on Wednesday due to heating issues. 

via Kentucky Education, Workforce and Development Cabinet's Facebook Page

Three schools in far western Kentucky are among 25 projects sharing a total of more than $65 million as part of a state effort to improve workforce training. 

Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet logo, via Facebook

Four educational institutions in far western Kentucky are among 39 finalists for the $100 million Kentucky Work Ready Skills Initiative. 

The Education and Workforce Development is investing in community efforts to build a highly-trained workforce. 

Members of Paducah’s NAACP chapter and the Community Clergy Fellowship held a press conference this week to voice their discontent with Paducah Public School’s hiring procedures.

Paducah Public Schools, via Facebook

A group of staff members from Paducah’s McNabb Elementary will divide $1 million worth of Wednesday night’s $1.6 billion record-breaking Powerball prize.

Lance Dennee

The Paducah School Board voted unanimously to hire Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Programs Donald Shively to be the district's next superintendent during a special meeting Monday.

The search for two school superintendents is approaching its end after the search committees handed their recommendations over to their respective boards of education last night. 

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