When your a/c goes on the blink these days and the temps of summer have arrived we think to ourselves just how did we survive times like this back before we had air conditioning? We look to the generation of today and more than likely tell them we just were tougher in those days and go on. I’m pretty sure that is anything but the truth.
Faced with the options of returning to class in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic or taking classes online, about a quarter of Mason County students and their parents are selecting online instruction, according to Mason County Superintendent Rick Ross.
With the approach of another school year, workers were busy recently getting a new school built for their children within the May’s Lick Amish community. This school is located off Kentucky 560 (Metcalf Mill) and will serve students living in the southern part of Mason County. The present school, Scenic View, is located near Helena.