Many refugee children settling in Lexington attend Fayette County Public Schools and receive backpacks and other supplies through Kentucky Refugees Ministries. The district’s planned Newcomer Academy would work with community agencies to ease the transition for middle and high school students.
Many refugee children settling in Lexington attend Fayette County Public Schools and receive backpacks and other supplies through Kentucky Refugees Ministries. The district’s planned Newcomer Academy would work with community agencies to ease the transition for middle and high school students. Photo provided by Kentucky Refugee Ministries.
Many refugee children settling in Lexington attend Fayette County Public Schools and receive backpacks and other supplies through Kentucky Refugees Ministries. The district’s planned Newcomer Academy would work with community agencies to ease the transition for middle and high school students. Photo provided by Kentucky Refugee Ministries.

New academy for immigrant and refugee students planned in Fayette

June 16, 2017 1:16 PM

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