Boone County Schools

In Boone County, School Must Go On, So Teachers Get Creative

Mar 19, 2020
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Content scheduling and green screens are usually things vloggers worry about for work.

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Along with many local universities, Boone County Schools on Wednesday announced that starting next week, there will be no in-person classes and instead, students will be working form home up to April 20.


Northern Kentucky celebrates the people and heritages of our region with the inaugural NKY International Festival on Saturday, March 14. A joint presentation by Boone County Schools, the Rotary Clubs of Northern Kentucky, and the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, the event will feature international cuisine, entertainment, shopping, and information booths. Darren Wurz from the Covington Rotary Club joins Anne Arenstein in the studio for a conversation about this first-year event.

The Value Of Service Learning For Area Students

Dec 8, 2015

Students who participate in service learning programs engage in hands-on projects that enhance their academic studies, foster their sense of civic responsibility and have a positive effect on the community.

There are a few more spots left for Kentucky schools looking to take advantage of a $10,000 incentive to raise the drop-out age from 16 to 18. The first 96 districts to participate qualify - it's called the "Blitz to 96."

Kenton County is the latest to sign on. Superintendent Terri Cox-Cruey says the district has been looking at graduation rates for a while and is considering several ways to keep kids in school.