Christian County Public Schools will be undergoing a district-wide diagnostic review later this month as part of a two-year cycle including Christian County High School since it was deemed a priority school.
The Kentucky Department of Education has contracted with Advanced Ed, a well respected group responsible for accreditation to conduct the review.
The Christian County Board of Education tonight held a special-called meeting to discuss the matter with Chief Instructional Officer, Amy Wilcox explaining what the review will entail.
Mrs. Wilcox says the school district will be subject to review as long as Christian County High School or any school is deemed a persistently low achieving school.
Mrs. Wilcox also gave an overview about the school district’s revised graduation requirements.