Eminence In the News

District Administration magazine names 34 ‘Districts of Distinction’

 

2016

For Internet Access, Hop on the Bus—and Discover What Really Prevents Teachers from Using Digital Tools

 

2015

Student Input Fuels Turnaround by: Alison DeNisco, District Administration Magazine

 

2014

Bell First In History to Graduate Early

Superintendent Berry Invited to the White House article from Henry County Local

EIS Work to Unlock School's Potential article from Henry County Local

Kentucky Literacy Link Spotlights Eminence High School's UNLOCK Group (see Page 2)

Eminence Schools host innovative educators

http://www.hclocal.com/content/eminence-schools-host-innovative-educators 

Design Thinking in Kentucky Schools” from the Lexington Herald Leader, January 5, 2014,

2013

"Going the Extra Mile" by Lawrence Hardy, American School Board Journal, June 2013 Article

EMINENCE WINS NATIONAL RECOGNITION (April 2013)

Education Matters 2/19/13

 

2012

KSBA.org 11/30/12 (PDF)

 

Eminence Ind.'s School on F.I.R.E. program, which changed the district's approach to education, set to receive KSBA PEAK Award


Kentuckyteacher.org 10/9/12 (PDF)
Eminence on ‘FIRE’ after changes

KEA.org 09/26/12 (PDF)
Education leaders say the best way to improve schools is to let leaders innovate


cn/2.com, 09/17/12  (article and video)
Eminence School District 'on fire' as it gives students laptops, puts wifi on bus

www.bellarmine.edu, May 1, 2012 (PDF)

Bellarmine Partnership with Eminence Independent Schools Supports First Generation Students

WHAS 11, May 1, 2012 (PDF)
Reinvention of KY school includes free computers, college classes


Henry County Local, May 2, 2012 (PDF)
EIS unveils partnership with Bellarmine University


Kentucky School Launches New Education Project With Apple Computers (PDF)
News Release, May 2, 2012

1to1schools.net, May 3, 2012 (
PDF)
Reinventing Education

 

2011


OVEC Newsbytes-October 2011-Innovation Renovation

KSBA-Kentucky School Advocate-October 2011

 

 

 

 

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The Eminence Independent School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs or activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Inquiries may be directed to the Title IX Coordinator, Brandi Boothby, or the Section 504/ADA Title II Coordinator, Buddy Berry, at 291 West Broadway, Eminence, KY 40019; (502) 845-5427.