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KASC Advice on Conducting SBDM Council Meetings

KASC Advice on Conducting SBDM Council Meetings


Update: 4/2/2020

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Congratulations to Special Education Teacher of the Year, Stacey Crowe!

Congratulations to Special Education Teacher of the Year, Stacey Crowe!


Crowe accepted the award during Kentucky's annual Council for Exceptional Children Conference in November. He also was presented a special award by the Kentucky Department of Education during the Dec. 4 Kentucky Board of Education meeting.

Crowe is a special education teacher at Wayland Alexander Elementary School in Hartford. He started his 17-year career as a school social worker and has been in the classroom for the past 16 years. He approaches his work with students holistically and firmly believes that setting high expectations, creating a safe and encouraging environment and positive role modeling enables students to thrive academically and socially and readies them for “real world” situations.


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Join KET for comprehensive legislative coverage

Join KET for comprehensive legislative coverage

The 2020 General Assembly is underway, and you can turn to KET on air and online to follow the legislative process, policy discussions, committee meetings and chamber sessions.

Senate and House chamber sessions and committee meetings can be watched live on:

Archived video is available anytime at KET.org/legislature and on the app.



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Voter Registration Deadline - October 7, 2019

How to Register to Vote

Registering to vote is a simple process that ensures your voice is heard in critical local, state, and national elections.

The deadline to register to vote for the 2019 General Election is Monday October 7, 2019.

There are three (3) options when registering to vote: In Person, Via Mail, or Online. Deaf and Hard of Hearing persons with TDD can call (502) 573-7100 for questions.





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Longtime KSD educator Sandy Smock receives Grissom Award

(FRANKFORT, KY) – The Kentucky Board of Education today presented the eighth annual Dr. Johnnie Grissom Award to Sandy Smock, agriculture teacher and FFA adviser for the Kentucky School for the Deaf (KSD).

The award recognizes those who exhibit leadership, commitment and service to promote high student achievement through instructional equity and in closing the achievement gap for all children. Smock was nominated by Sarah Warren, graduate teaching assistant at the University of Kentucky.

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Reading Priority Gets Results

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