Mission Statement: Empowering leaders and life-long learners for an ever-changing world.
Vision: A district of educational excellence, the pride of our community.
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(FRANKFORT, KY. Feb. 23, 2017) – The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet (EEC) today recognized the Henry County School District for earning the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) ENERGY STAR certification in all of the district’s five school buildings. Certificates signed by Governor Matt Bevin and Cabinet Secretary Charles Snavely were presented to school officials during the February 23 meeting of the Henry County Board of Education.
Henry County became the 18th school district in Kentucky to have 100 percent of its schools certified ENERGY STAR.
The HC Wildcat Chorale, directed by James Russell Cooper, placed 3rd in their class and received a silver rating on their first ever trip to Interkultur's international choral competition in Princeton, NJ. Choirs from China, Indonesia, Puerto Rico, and the USA competed in six different categories. The students also had a coaching session with T.J. Harper, the Dept of Music Chair from Providence College of Music and the Director of American Choral Directors Association's International Conductors Exchange Program. Mr. Cooper is extremely proud of their first appearance and hopes for more trips. To see pictures and watch videos of their performances, check out the Henry County Public Schools Fine Arts Facebook page.
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