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District News

Bulk Meals Delivered on Time! Bulk Meals

Thank you to our hard-working Nutrition Staff.  They put together bulk meals for the Holiday Break for many of our families while still doing daily meals for delivery and pickup.   An amazing crew at EIS!

#MaskUpForOurKids!

As the holiday season approaches, stores get busier and small gatherings happen, it's more important than ever that we #MaskUpForOurKids.

Elizabethtown Independent School District, Hardin County Schools, Saint James Catholic School, and community leaders are partnering to remind everyone how important it is to follow the health guidelines.

An SJS student and Adam Castenir from Grace Heartland Church remind us to not let down our guard.

#MaskUpForOurKids!

 

 

As the holiday season approaches, stores get busier and small gatherings happen, it's more important than ever that we #MaskUpForOurKids.

Elizabethtown Independent School District, Hardin County Schools, Saint James Catholic School, and community leaders are partnering to remind everyone how important it is to follow the health guidelines.

An HCS SJS student and former HCS staff member Jennifer Stuecker remind us to not let down our guard.

#MaskUpForOurKids!

As the holiday season approaches, stores get busier and small gatherings happen, it's more important than ever that we #MaskUpForOurKids.

Elizabethtown Independent School District, Hardin County Schools - Kentucky, Saint James Catholic School and community leaders are partnering to remind everyone how important it is to follow the health guidelines.

SJS students and Kendra Scott from the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce remind us to not let down our guard.

HARDIN COUNTY - WE NEED YOU TO #MaskUpForOurKids!

#MaskUpForOurKids!

 

 

As the holiday season approaches, stores get busier and small gatherings happen, it's more important than ever that we #MaskUpForOurKids.

Elizabethtown Independent School District, Hardin County Schools - Kentucky, Saint James Catholic School, and community leaders are partnering to remind everyone how important it is to follow the health guidelines.

An HCS student and the Vine Grove Police Department remind us to not let down our guard.

#MaskUpForOurKids!

 

 

As the holiday season approaches, stores get busier and small gatherings happen, it's more important than ever that we #MaskUpForOurKids.Elizabethtown Independent School District, Hardin County Schools, Saint James Catholic School, and community leaders are partnering to remind everyone how important it is to follow the health guidelines.

An EIS student and Jodie and Eric from 94.3 The Wolf.

#MaskUpForOurKids!

#MaskUpForOurKids!

As the holiday season approaches, stores get busier and small gatherings happen, it's more important than ever that we #MaskUpForOurKids.

Elizabethtown Independent School District, Hardin County Schools - Kentucky, Saint James Catholic School and community leaders are partnering to remind everyone how important it is to follow the health guidelines.

An EIS student and Brian Smith, Director of Economic Development for Congressman Brett Guthrie, remind us to not let down our guard.

HARDIN COUNTY - WE NEED YOU TO #MaskUpForOurKids!

2020 Heartland Academic Team Results

Congratulations to these EHS academic team members who placed in the 2020 Heartland Academic League.

Matthew Dyer - 2nd in Varsity Science and 5th in Varsity Math

Reid Lunsford - 2nd (tie) in Varsity Math

Ethan Brown - 4th in Varsity Science 

Landon Casey - 4th in JV Social Studies

Mason Baldwin - 2nd in JV Social Studies

Daylon Payne - 4th in Varsity Social Studies 

Anthony Pike - 5th (tie) in JV Arts and Humanities

Kate Shirts -  2nd in JV Arts and Humanities

Zaynab Movania - 4th (tie) in Composition

Ashton Bailey - 3rd in Composition

Quick Recall - went 4 - 1 in the season and 2nd overall in the quick recall tournament

Overall,  the team placed 3rd of 8 area teams in the region.

Thank you for your service, Tony Kuklinski

We want to wish Tony Kuklinski all of the best as he steps away from the EIS Board of Education after serving on the board since 2008.  While serving on our board Tony served as the board Chairman in 2011, 2013, 2014, 2018, 2019, and 2020 and served as Vice-Chairman in 2010, 2015, and 2017. During his tenure, we opened a new school ( Panther Academy )and took on many construction projects including the renovation of Helmwood Heights Elementary, The Pool Renovation Project at T.K. Stone, the EHS Athletic Complex project, and the Softball fieldhouse project.  He made difficult budget decisions and EIS has always come out on top.  We appreciate Tony's dedication to the students, families, and staff of Elizabethtown Independent Schools!  You will be missed!!

Tony K

HARDIN COUNTY - WE NEED YOU TO #MaskUpForOurKids!

 

 

As the holiday season approaches, stores get busier and small gatherings happen, it's more important than ever that we #MaskUpForOurKids.

Elizabethtown Independent School DistrictHardin County Schools, Saint James Catholic School, and community leaders are partnering to remind everyone how important it is to follow the health guidelines.

An SJS student and former HCS Superintendent Nannette Johnston remind us to not let down our guard.

#MaskUpForOurKids!

Elizabethtown Independent School District, Hardin County Schools - Kentucky, Saint James Catholic School and community leaders are partnering to remind everyone how important it is to follow the health guidelines.

An HCS student and Braden Proffitt from Franklin Crossroads Baptist Church remind us to not let down our guard.

American Legion Auxiliary American Legion Donation

EIS is so thankful to the American Legion Auxiliary for their $400 donation to our school supply fund.  These funds are always needed to help our students succeed.  Pictured: Jessica Turner, EIS, Jan Fulkerson, President, ALA, Diane Kennedy, 2nd Vice President, ALA, and Richard Gano, President of Legion Riders, who helped raise funds for the ALA.

Mask UP for Kids

Elizabethtown Independent School District, Hardin County Schools - Kentucky, Saint James Catholic School and several community leaders are partnering to encourage our community. We are all asking everyone to follow the public health guidelines so our students can get back to the classroom as soon as possible.

Today we feature an EIS student and our friends from Wilson & Muir Bank & Trust Co. location in Vine Grove.

#MaskUpForOurKids!

 

 

Elizabethtown Independent School District, @Hardin County Schools - Kentucky, Saint James Catholic School and several community leaders are partnering to encourage our community. We are all asking everyone to follow the public health guidelines so our students can get back to the classroom as soon as possible.

Today we feature a SJS student and Dr. Juston Pate, President and CEO of @Elizabethtown Community & Technical College.

#MaskUpForOurKids!

 

 

Elizabethtown Independent School District, Hardin County Schools, Saint James Catholic School, and several community leaders are partnering to encourage our community. We are all asking everyone to follow the public health guidelines so our students can get back to the classroom as soon as possible.

Today we feature an HCS student and Rick Games from the Elizabethtown/Hardin County Industrial Foundation, Inc.

We will miss you, Samantha. Samantha

The Panther family mourns the loss of Elizabethtown High School freshman, Samantha Cox.  We will miss Samantha's ever present smile and good nature.  Condolences to her family and friends. 

#MaskUpForOurKids!

Elizabethtown Independent School District, Hardin County Schools - Kentucky, Saint James Catholic School and several community leaders are working together to encourage our community to follow the public health guidelines so our students can get back to the classroom as soon as possible.

Today we feature an EIS student and Scott Kerr from Valley Creek Baptist Church.

#MaskUpForOurKids!

This partnership between Elizabethtown Independent School District, Hardin County Schools - Kentucky, Saint James Catholic School and several community leaders to make videos (that we will post daily) encouraging our community to follow the public health guidelines so our students can get back to the classroom as soon as possible.

Today we feature an HCS student and bus driver Darla Daniel.

WE NEED YOUR HELP! Please #MaskUpForOurKids!

#MaskUpForOurKids!

 

 

WE NEED YOU HARDIN COUNTY! We need you to #MaskUpForOurKids.

This partnership between Elizabethtown Independent School District, Hardin County Schools - Kentucky, Saint James Catholic School and several community leaders to make videos (that we will post daily) encouraging our community to follow the public health guidelines so our students can get back to the classroom as soon as possible.

Today we feature St. James student and Bryce Shumate from Hardin County Government.

WE NEED YOUR HELP! Please #MaskUpForOurKids!

#MaskUpForOurKids!

WE NEED YOU HARDIN COUNTY! We need you to #MaskUpForOurKids.

This partnership between Elizabethtown Independent School District, Hardin County Schools - Kentucky, Saint James Catholic School and several community leaders to make videos (that we will post daily) encouraging our community to follow the public health guidelines so our students can get back to the classroom as soon as possible.

Today we feature an EIS student and Jody and Eric from 94.3 The Wolf.

WE NEED YOUR HELP! Please #MaskUpForOurKids!

#MaskUpForOurKids!

WE NEED YOU HARDIN COUNTY! We need you to #MaskUpForOurKids.

This partnership between Elizabethtown Independent School District, Hardin County Schools - Kentucky, Saint James Catholic School and several community leaders to make videos (that we will post daily) encouraging our community to follow the public health guidelines so our students can get back to the classroom as soon as possible.

Today we feature an HCS student and Jeff Johnson from Franklin Crossroads Baptist Church.

WE NEED YOUR HELP! Please #MaskUpForOurKids!

Mask UP for Kids

Homework Help Hotline

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Students of the Month Student of the Month

Congratulations to October's Students of the Month. Pictured from left to right, Rinka Kaneko, TK Stone, Dupree Gregory, Panther Academy, Iziah Waters, Helmwood Heights, Lochlan Brown, Morningside, and Ryan Pyles, Elizabethtown High.

February Students of the Month February Students of the Month

Congratulations to the Students of the Month from all of our schools.  Pictured are Demi Cleaver from Helmwood Heights, Josie Kremzar from Elizabethtown High, Weston Yates from Panther Academy, Zoha Ahmed from TK Stone, and Meredith Dyer from Morningside.  Not pictured, but still complimented on the award is Alexandra Allison representing Panther Place.