Kyndle’s Education Appreciation Breakfast Set for November 13

HENDERSON, Ky. - Kyndle’s annual Education Appreciation Breakfast is set to take place at the Thelma B. Johnson Early Learning Center, located at 631 North Green Street in Henderson on November 13, at 7:30 am. Jim Mattingly, superintendent of the Diocese of Owensboro Catholic Schools will be the featured guest speaker at the event.

Jim Mattingly is currently serving his tenth year as superintendent of the Diocese of Owensboro Catholic Schools. As superintendent Mattingly oversees twelve elementary schools, two middle schools and three high schools in nine counties. The total student population of 3,898 students boasts a graduation rate of over 99%. Kyndle's Education Appreciation Breakfast will also feature updates by representatives from Murray State, the Henderson Community College, Holy Name School and Henderson County High School. 

The cost to attend the event is $12 for Kyndle Stakeholders and $17 for Non-Stakeholders. Kyndle encourages those interested to RSVP as soon as possible by contacting Kyndle by phone at (270) 826 - 7505 or emailing Guests are encouraged to use on street parking and to avoid parking in the lots of local businesses near the Thelma B. Johnson Early Learning Center. 


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