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Volunteers create outdoor classroom at Lexington's Edythe J. Hayes Middle ...
Sep 28, 2013 • Lexington Herald LeaderVolunteers shoveling limestone and mulch in a long-barren courtyard at Lexington's Edythe J. Hayes Middle School on Saturday were working toward a vision of a garden filled with student art, butterflies and live performances. It's anticipated that in ... More
Fayette County's crowded classrooms impetus for redistricting, new schools
Sep 10, 2014 • Lexington Herald LeaderStudents filled the hallways during the 1:05 p.m. class change at Henry Clay High School in Lexington on Wednesday. With an enrollment of 2,402 and a capacity of 2,133, Henry Clay is the most overcrowded high school in Fayette County, according to ... More
Man reportedly tried to lure child on the way to school in Lexington
Mar 12, 2014 • WKYTLEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - It was a frightening morning for a Lexington girl walking to school. She says a man tried to lure her into his SUV. The girl is a student at Edythe J. Hayes Middle School. And now everyone in the Stuart Hall neighborhood has ... More
Education news of interest in Central Kentucky.
Sep 15, 2014 • Lexington Herald LeaderDimitri Leggas, John Meyers III and William Walters, all of Lexington, and seniors at The Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky, located at Western Kentucky University, have been recognized as semifinalists in the 2014 National Merit ... More
Uncommonwealth: Fayette teen world-class at solving Rubik's cubes
Aug 4, 2014 • Lexington Herald LeaderLucas Etter demonstrated his "speedcubing" with a 2x2 cube at his home in Lexington. He has ... The Edythe J. Hayes Middle School eighth-grader can solve cubes without looking at them after his initial cursory glance to see where the tiles have been set. More
Deceased teacher's trust was once used to buy TVs for Lexington schools; it ...
Sep 20, 2014 • Lexington Herald LeaderDeffendall said Friday that the Stoner Fund had been used to help teachers in the past four years. Edythe J. Hayes Middle School received $4,475 to send five teachers to training on increasing the rigor of instruction. Three teachers received $2,816.33 ... More
Young Achievers honors top 4th and 7th-graders
Jul 14, 2014 • Lexington Herald LeaderHolifield Photography sponsors Young Achievers in cooperation with the non-profit International Leadership Network and has helped develop the program in the Central Kentucky area over the last 24 years. The purpose of this program is to honor fifth ... More
Uncommonwealth: Lexington 12-year-old who races in junior-level competition ...
Jun 9, 2014 • Lexington Herald LeaderHe is a straight-A student at Edythe J. Hayes Middle School, where he participates in the student technology program. Ian sees racing and education about the mechanics of transportation as complementary. "It helps you understand the cars better." Ian ... More
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