The KVEC Special Education Winter Institute for Behavior. All sessions will be focused on behavior supports for teachers and school staff. About this Event The KVEC Special Education Winter Institute will be a full day of professional learning in the area of behavior. Sessions will include Tier I, Tier II and Tier III Behavior interventions, […]
Howdy from the Holler! We hope everyone had a great Christmas and a Happy New Year! As you get back into the swing of things we would like it if you would take some time to check out what’s been going on in our Holler Broadcasting Studio. You will be able to find a variety […]
Learn about the house system that the Oakview staff developed to fit their school’s needs as well as the other classroom modifications to keep students engaged and thrilled to be Comet! Wanna show off what makes your school unique? Why not get your own FIRECAST video. Click here to learn more. It’s free.
When you think of Thanksgiving dinner what comes to mind? The Turkey, stuffing, ham or is it Nigerian Puff Puffs? If you answered the latter then you would fit it nicely in the Bronx. Watch the video above to learn about the event that took place at Floyd Central and how to get involved with […]
Eastern Kentucky middle school students demonstrated their entrepreneurial and creative abilities during the 2019 Regional Entrepreneurial Competition held in Knott County showing their potential to help grow the economy. Overall this competition gave 540 middle school students, from seven schools, eight districts, and five counties an opportunity to gain real-life business skills and applicable entrepreneurial […]
Students in eastern Kentucky Appalachia are very aware of the economic and population shifts that have reshaped their area. And now their schools are enlisting them to put that knowledge to work, by ensuring that every person who calls their communities home is counted in the 2020 census. The census is used to allot funding for […]
Middle school students arrived at the Knott County Sportsplex early to show off their stuff! Half of the students were selling goods ranging from a candy dispenser disguised as school supplies to custom fishing lures. The other side was selling a service like painting a picture or training you on the newest game.
Please accept this invitation to attend the Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative’s (KVEC) fourth National Competency-Based and Micro-Credential Summit on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 5-6, 2020, at the Crowne Plaza Conference Center at 830 Phillips Lane in Louisville, KY. The Conference Center is a short complimentary shuttle ride from the airport to the hotel. This year’s […]