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Education

  • HCPS recognizes students who had perfect attendence

     Educators with Henry County Public Schools recently recognized students from across the county who set the standard in participation for the 2016-2017 school year with the Earl Holmes Perfect Attendance Award. Recipients broken down by school include:

  • Yount earns masters
  • McManis and Yount graduate from JCTC

     

    Hunter McManis and Jared Yount graduated from Jefferson Community Technical College on May 9 with associates degrees in applied science. They both completed their degrees through the Kentucky Federation for Advance Manufacturing Education (KYFAME) Program. They were also part of the first class to graduate this program from JCTC. 

  • Eastern Hosts its first art show and show choir event

    Eastern Elementary School held its first-ever art showcase and show choir performance May 9, and educators invited community members to participate in the activities, according to Principal Chelsey Tingle. Some highlights included Faith McCubbins, who won first place in the art show; Izzy Hunt, who posed for a picture with a butterfly she created by sewing; and Trinity Crow looked over the artwork before performing a solo during the show choir performance.

  • Eastern honors students

    Eastern Elementary School educators recently recognized the students of the month, including front, from left: Nicole McLennan and Abby Hunt; second row: Emma Oak, Haley McCubbins and Lyla Oak; and back row: Taylor Ford, Leah Brooks and Emma Clark.

  • Campbellsburg Students of the Month

    Campbellsburg Elementary School’s April students of the month include: Front, from left:  Lily Jane Powell, Jerra Sharp, Leigha Calhoun, Brig Moore, Luke Baxter; Second: Kayson McAllister, Ava Byers, Chloe Calhoun, Peyton Chilton, Taylor Lawrey; Third: Riley Moore, Ray Matthews, Spencer Smith, Toby Hamilton, Brody Staples, Conner Phillips; Back: Grace Pearson, Kaitlyn Linville, Macey McManis and Kathryn Henson.

  • Fifth grade graduates NCES
  • School briefs: Berry inducted into honor society

    Berry inducted into honor society
    Phi Sigma Theta announced that Kelley Rose Berry, the daughter of Edward and Tish Berry of Eminence, recently became a member of the Phi Sigma Theta National Honor Society at the University of Kentucky. Phi Sigma Theta is dedicated to recognizing and rewarding academic achievement in undergraduates at institutions of higher learning.

  • Henry County Middle students got to meet with UK researchers

    The University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) recently hosted students from Henry County Middle School, among others, at the sixth annual “Meet the Researcher Day” on April 27 to 28, according to a news release. Meet the Researchers Day is a field trip given as a prize to schools in the region who successfully raise more than $1,000 for the LLS’s Pennies for Patients campaign.
    Henry County students raised $1,612.78, the UK officials said.

  • Rice earns recognition from DAR