Mike Mullins of the  Hindman Settlement school  on tuesday   June 19, 2001   in Hindman, Ky. Many students find the school very demanding at first but  finally adjust to the routine. The school loses very  few students who can  handle the intensity but there is always a waiting list for incoming students  should one decide to leave. The Hindman settlement school turns 100 next year  and  has undertaken a $3.25 Million dollar fundraising campaign. Much of the  money  will go to the dyslexia program which began  in 1980 and is the only  program in that part of the state to work with children with those types of   learning disabilities.
Mike Mullins of the Hindman Settlement school on tuesday June 19, 2001 in Hindman, Ky. Many students find the school very demanding at first but finally adjust to the routine. The school loses very few students who can handle the intensity but there is always a waiting list for incoming students should one decide to leave. The Hindman settlement school turns 100 next year and has undertaken a $3.25 Million dollar fundraising campaign. Much of the money will go to the dyslexia program which began in 1980 and is the only program in that part of the state to work with children with those types of learning disabilities. LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER
Mike Mullins of the Hindman Settlement school on tuesday June 19, 2001 in Hindman, Ky. Many students find the school very demanding at first but finally adjust to the routine. The school loses very few students who can handle the intensity but there is always a waiting list for incoming students should one decide to leave. The Hindman settlement school turns 100 next year and has undertaken a $3.25 Million dollar fundraising campaign. Much of the money will go to the dyslexia program which began in 1980 and is the only program in that part of the state to work with children with those types of learning disabilities. LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER

Mike Mullins, executive director of Hindman School in Knott County, died Sunday

February 20, 2012 10:21 AM

UPDATED February 20, 2012 11:25 PM

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