WINCHESTER, Ky. -- When “People” magazine called Fannie Bush Elementary School Principal Angie Taylor about making a visit, Taylor wasn’t so sure.
After all, it meant the popular national magazine was going to say her school was housed in one of the six worst buildings in the United States.
Taylor told The Winchester Sun that she feels better about the interview now, though. She says the magazine is working on a story highlighting the difficulties of educating students in less-than-desirable conditions.
Fannie Bush Elementary was one of three schools in Clark County rated as what is known as a “category five,” or in the worst physical shape.
Statewide, 14 public schools were named to that list.