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Forty-Four Kentucky schools among 517 nationwide recognized as America’s Healthiest Schools


Forty-four Kentucky schools are among those recognized nationwide as 2020 America’s Healthiest Schools.

The Alliance for a Healthier Generation has given the award for 15 years, recognizing schools that use best practices to support learning and development, including meeting or exceeding federal standards for nutritious school meals and providing regular opportunities for students and staff to be active throughout the school day. Gold, silver or bronze awards were given this year to 517 schools across the country.

Kentucky’s silver award winners are:

• SCAPA Bluegrass Middle School (Fayette County)
• West Louisville Elementary School (Daviess County)
• Fulton County Elementary School
• Murray Elementary School (Murray Independent)

Kentucky’s bronze winners are:

• Caldwell County Primary School
• Southwest Calloway Elementary School (Calloway County)
• Carlisle County Middle School
• Crofton Elementary School (Christian County)
• Sinking Fork Elementary School (Christian County)
• Eminence Elementary School (Eminence Independent)
• Eminence Middle High School (Eminence Independent)
• Fulton County High School
• Carr Elementary School (Fulton Independent)
• Fulton City High School (Fulton Independent)
• Central Elementary School (Graves County)
• Fancy Farm Elementary School (Graves County)
• Lowes Elementary School (Graves County)
• Symsonia Elementary School (Graves County)
• Hickman County Elementary School
• Hickman County Middle and High School
• Earlington Elementary School (Hopkins County)
• Hopkins County Central High School
• Jesse Stuart Elementary School (Hopkins County)
• Pride Elementary School (Hopkins County)
• West Broadway Elementary School (Hopkins County)
• Lyon County Elementary School
• Lyon County High School
• Lyon County Middle School
• Jonathan Elementary School (Marshall County)
• South Marshall Elementary School (Marshall County)
• Lone Oak Intermediate School (McCracken County)
• McLean County Middle School
• Longest Elementary School (Muhlenberg County)
• McNabb Elementary School (Paducah Independent)
• South Todd Elementary School (Todd County)
• Todd County Central High School
• Sturgis Elementary School (Union County)
• Union County High School
• Uniontown Elementary School (Union County)
• Clay Elementary School (Webster County)
• Providence Elementary School (Webster County)
• Sebree Elementary School (Webster County)
• Webster County High School
• Webster County Middle School

This Article originally appeared at Kentucky Teacher, a publication of the Kentucky Department of Education


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