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Northern Kentucky Education Council fall meeting takes place Oct. 15, at Thomas More University

The Northern Kentucky Education Council will hold its annual fall meeting at Thomas More University’s Steigerwald Hall at 9-11 a.m. on October 15.

The meeting will focus on regional efforts to increase the number of students that are ready for college, career, and life.

Featured speakers at the NKYEC fall meeting include: top row (l to r) Joseph L. Chillo, Thomas More University, Dr. Randy Poe, Boone County Schools/NKYEC executive director, Dr. Karen Cheser, Fort Thomas Independent Schools, bottom row (l to r); Dr. Ashish Vaidya, Northern Kentucky University, Dr. Aaron Thompson, KY Council on Postsecondary Education  

Guest speakers at the event include:

Joseph L. Chillo, LP.D.
Thomas More University

Dr. Randy Poe
Boone County Schools/NKYEC executive director

Dr. Karen Cheser
Fort Thomas Independent Schools

Dr. Ashish Vaidya
Northern Kentucky University

Dr. Aaron Thompson
KY Council on Postsecondary Education

NKYEC is partnering with United Way Greater Cincinnati/NKY to collect hygiene items for students within 11 school districts across Northern Kentucky.

Kids want to look good and feel good every day at school and many local schools are in need of hygiene kits to help kids living in poverty achieve that goal. Good hygiene is an important part of a young teen’s health, wellness, and self-esteem, and kids with poor hygiene can face harmful consequences.

We hope you will consider supporting this effort by bringing items from the following list to the meeting on Oct. 15. The hygiene kits include the following full-size items (and are gender appropriate):
• Toothbrush & Toothpaste
• Shampoo & Conditioner
• Soap
• Deodorant (M/F varieties)
• Hand Sanitizer
• Body Lotion
• Comb (M), Brush (F)
• Wash Cloth (M) or Sponge Puff (F)
• Maxi Pads (F)

If you are unable to attend the meeting, but would like to donate, please drop items off at the Council’s office, 7310 Turfway Road, Suite 115, Florence, KY (inside Central Bank).

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