The achievements of Knox County students and educators continue to be in the spotlight as the school district was recently recognized by its educational cooperative partners for earning “Distinguished” ratings on last year’s state assessment.
Southeast South-Central Educational Cooperative, which provides support services to 27 public school districts located in the southeast/south-central region of Kentucky, honored the district and its schools during a meeting on November 10. G.R. Hampton Elementary and Knox County Middle were honored as “Schools of Distinction” while Knox Central High, Dewitt Elementary and the district overall were honored for “Distinguished” performance.
The presentation was made by cooperative president David Johnson and education commissioner Steven Pruitt.
The Kentucky Educational Development Cooperative, with 67 member districts throughout the state, paused to celebrate the achievements of its members during a meeting held November 16. Superintendent Kelly Sprinkles accepted the banner on behalf of the district from cooperative president Nancy Hutchinson.