Trigg County Schools

After being named a District of Innovation, Trigg County Schools are seeking to lift several regulations that could include changing how many years high school students take language arts and math. Now Trigg County High School students must study those subjects all four years.

Trigg Superintendent Travis Hamby says being an innovative district means he can apply for exemptions from regulations. He’s asked for eight.

22 school districts in western and south central Kentucky are finalists for the next round of federal education grant funds through the Race to the Top-District competition.