Fayette County Superintendent Manny Caulk in June 2017.
Fayette County Superintendent Manny Caulk in June 2017. File photo
Fayette County Superintendent Manny Caulk in June 2017. File photo

Caulk reorganizes staff, makes new hires in Fayette County schools

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  • Students explain the Academies of Lexington

    Students of Bryan Station High School explain how the Academies of Lexington program educates students relevant to their career paths at Bryan Station and well as other Fayette County public high schools.