Congratulations, Noah!I am happy to announce that Noah Phillips is the 2019 Lilly Scholarship recipient. Congrats from the teachers and staff at Corydon Central High School! Thank you Harrison County Community Foundation for providing this opportunity for Noah. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to the Metro United Way for inviting our school to host this initiative and to the many sponsors that made it possible. Also, a very special thank you to our staff and students who have worked very hard to coordinate the activity. We are certainly blessed with generosity in our community. Thank you!!On Friday November 30, Corydon High School hosted a Build a Bed event with Metro United United Way. Local businesses sent teams of volunteers to CCHS to assemble a bed, which will then be given to kids in Harrison County who are without. Some of these students have never had a bed, or have recently lost one due to fire/other situations. More information can be found here:
The CCHS shop classes played a critical role in this process. Shop students were responsible for processing all the materials necessary to make the 31 beds, and Friday CCHS will sponsor a team made of 4 students who will lead/demonstrate/participate in the build process with the other teams.
Special thanks to Ben Spencer, John Cordray and our four CCHS students - Sam Horn, Cody Durbin, Brandon Cooper, and Matthew Nale. Additionally, thank you, Metro United Way and all of the sponsors and businesses. ... See MoreSee Less
South Harrison Schools will be operating on a 2-hour delay schedule on Friday, November 16th. Utilities have been restored to all schools. However, there are many low-hanging branches and the possibility that more trees will fall exists.
Since this delay is on a Friday, the dismissal time will be on the regular schedule and NOT the early dismissal that is usual for Friday's. The dismissal time will be the time that is usual for Monday - Thursday. Please monitor media outlets for further information in the morning. Thank you. ... See MoreSee Less
Our district didn’t care that schools had no power and lines and trees were down. We went yesterday anyway. Several of us were already out picking up kids when they wanted to call a delay. We had buses stuck until trees could be removed or power lines shut off
Don’t check WLKY news, it states you are closed.
what’s the 2 hour delay schedule? I can’t find it on the website.