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RHS to resume hybrid schedule Monday

By Ben Bruni, RHS Principal

Posted on December 30, 2020 7:34 PM



  Almost time for the Panthers to return to school! We hope that everyone has had a wonderful Break and that these next few days are full of rest and relaxation.  Russellville High School will be returning to an in-person hybrid design on Monday, Jan. 4.  Plea...

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Logan Schools to remain virtual for two more weeks

By Madison Rose, Logan County Schools

Posted on December 29, 2020 4:39 PM



  On Monday, Jan. 4, Logan County Schools will continue with virtual learning. On Jan. 19, the plan is to return to the Hybrid Schedule for all grades. On Feb. 8, schools hope to welcome K-5 students back to school in-person four days per week. We will set future transition dates for middle ...

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High-risk school employees urged to sign up for vaccine

By Madison Rose, Logan County Schools

Posted on December 23, 2020 9:00 PM



  As outlined in Governor Beshear’s Executive Order, all schools must provide accommodation to high-risk employees who request an alternative or virtual work assignment due to COVID concerns.  For the purposes of this Order, a high-risk employee is an employee who has documentatio...

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Madison Rose named Director of Communications for Logan Schools

Posted on December 23, 2020 11:27 AM



  Logan County Schools would like to introduce Madison Rose as the new Director of Communications for the district. Rose will be managing district communications such as webpage, apps, and social media platforms. She will also facilitate training opportunities for teachers, families, and stude...

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Begley excited to begin serving as Russellville superintendent Jan. 4

By Jim Turner

Posted on December 21, 2020 7:47 PM



  Ask Larry Begley for a personal description of himself, and he will say: “I am proud to introduce myself as the superintendent of Russellville Independent School District.” Begley was officially elected to that position last Tuesday by the board of education of the Russellville ...

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Logan school personnel can register for COVID vaccine

By Paul Mullins, Superintendent

Posted on December 19, 2020 8:27 PM



  The Kentucky Department for Public Health will begin distributing COVID-19 vaccines to school and district personnel this spring. Logan County Schools is offering the COVID-19 vaccine to all full-time employees in the district. Substitute teachers, food service staff, transportation staff,...

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Petrie named chair of House Appropriations & Revenue Committee

Posted on December 19, 2020 4:46 PM



  Rep. Jason Petrie of Elkton will serve as Chair of the House Standing Committee on Appropriations and Revenue and will also be a member of the House Judiciary Committee when the Kentucky General Assembly convenes in early January, according to an announcement this afternoon from the office o...

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News Briefs on The LoJo for October and November 2020

By Jim Turner

Posted on December 14, 2020 8:25 PM



Nov 30, 2020 Parents, children can 'shop' for free gifts at Concerned Citizens From Dorris Vick, Executive Director of Concerned Citizens of Logan County: "With the help of, Feed The Children, Feeding America, Wal-Mart Corporation, Goods 360 and A local Restaurant (Ski Daddy’s...

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Cassie Reding named interim RMS principal

Posted on December 8, 2020 11:55 AM



  Cassie Reding has been named as the Interim Russellville Middle School principal, replacing Cameron Jackson, who has resigned to take a position as DPP/HR in the Fleming County School District. Reding taught six years in the Todd County School District before coming to Russellville in 2014 ...

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Hundreds of families select gifts in 'A Christmas to Remember" with more Saturday

Posted on December 4, 2020 9:29 PM



Long lines of parents waiting to select gifts for their children Friday appear to have gone a long way to make Concerned Citizens of Logan County Executive Director Dorris Vick's prediction that up a 1,000 families will be served this weekend.She estimates that from 400 to 500 parents were able...

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