Fayette County Public Schools

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Construction of Lexington’s next high school resumed Thursday after city planners and the school district reached agreement on a plan to mitigate traffic backups near the school.

Karyn Czar / WUKY

Construction of Lexington’s next high school has been suspended while city officials and school district representatives address concerns about the proposed traffic flow around the building.

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After deliberating the better part of Saturday, the Fayette County School Board has hired Emmanuel Caulk as the district's new superintendent.

Chase Cavanaugh

After touring Fayette County and meeting up with students, staff, and parents, the first finalist for school superintendent, Emmanuel Caulk, gave a press conference Tuesday afternoon. 

FCPS Reveals Names Of Two Superintendent Finalists

Jun 19, 2015

Fayette County Public Schools has released the names and bios of two of the finalists vying to succeed Tom Shelton As School Superintendent.

Chase Cavanaugh

Lexington elementary school students took part in Sumo-bot competitions around Fayette County   Thursday, the conclusion to a three-day summer robotics camp.  Reporter Chase Cavanaugh has more.

Chase Cavanaugh

The Fayette County Board of Education made the final approval for plans Wednesday night that would redistrict the area's primary and secondary schools.  The vote puts the final touch on over a year of modeling, discussion, and compromise. 

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Lexington’s next public high school has a builder. As Josh James reports, the Fayette County school board approved a contract this week with D.W. Wilburn Inc. to begin construction on the facility.    

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Fayette County Public Schools officials are facing number of challenges in the coming weeks and months – from finding a new superintendent to addressing underperforming schools.

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Kentucky Education Commissioner Terry Holliday says the state could step in if Fayette County Public Schools officials don’t take timely action to address persistently low-achieving schools.

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