Slick roads will greet most folks as you head out the door this morning, so take your time on that commute. Most of the major rivers have started to drop, but there is still some flooding in some areas. Keep it locked to WYMT for updates.
DAVID, Ky. (AP) - An Appalachian high school that serves as an alternative for at-risk students was on the brink of closing last year, but has manage to survive.
The David School Principal Diantha Daniels told the Lexington Herald-Leader (http://bit.ly/Uo9GEW) that 20 students were enrolled in the fall and four more are expected to begin this month at the Floyd County school.
The school was founded in the 1970s by a transplanted New Yorker who was shocked by the poverty of Appalachia.
The school has always struggled, but last year things got really bad - paychecks were late, and a nearby mission had to donate food.
After a judge removed the founder from control and a new board was appointed, things started to turn around.
Daniels says the school is "going to make it."
Information from: Lexington Herald-Leader, http://www.kentucky.com
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