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Education

  • Corum organizes help for shelter
  • CES runs for the roses

    Not all races inspired by the Kentucky Derby happen at Churchill Downs. Students at Campbellsburg Elementary School celebrated the “run for the roses” with a few footraces of their own.

  • FCA visits Drennon Christian

    Students in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes chapter at Kenwood Station Elementary School in Crestwood recently visited Drennon Christian Church, where one of their teachers, Corey Beatty, also serves as pastor. “A little over 20 of our kids came to lead worship,” Beatty said. “With them and their families, we had around three times our normal attendance, with a lunch afterwards.” The FCA group recently received the FCA Elementary Huddle of the Year Award, Beatty added. After three years, the FCA has a membership of 241 students.

  • FFA hosts Burger Bash during FFA week

    After Future Farmers of America members park their tractors at Henry County High School, they go right into the next FFA Week tradition, the Burger Bash, where they invite community members in for food hot off the grill. Alongside the crowd of locals who visited the event, this year featured a special guest speaker, the Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles.

  • Five locals named Governor’s Scholars; Kent to attend the Governor’s School of the Arts

    The Governor’s Scholars Program is a summer residential program for outstanding high school students in Kentucky who are rising seniors.
    The program originated in 1983 as a result of Kentucky leaders’ concern that the state’s “best and brightest” were leaving the commonwealth to pursue educational and career opportunities elsewhere without fully understanding the potential of their talents at home.
    Students who are selected attend the program without charge.

  • Stivers recognized by Duke University TIP

    Avery Clay Stivers, a seventh grade student from Henry County Middle School, is among the students being honored by the Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) for their exceptional scores on the ACT or SAT, according to a news release. He will be recognized at a ceremony at Western Kentucky University on May 19.
    Duke TIP’s Seventh Grade Talent Search identifies students across the United States who have scored at or above the 95th percentile on a grade-level standardized test.

  • EIS students discuss their legacy
  • Students recognized for their Unbridled Learning results

    Students were honored at the April Eminence Independent Schools Board of Education meeting for their performance on last year’s Unbridled Learning Accountability tests. In total, 273 students beginning with last year’s third grade who earned either a proficient or distinguished in any subject area were recognized.

  • Coomes named DAR good citizen
  • Graduate Information

    If you are the parent of a home-schooled senior and would like his or her information included in our 

    upcoming special section recognizing the county’s senior class of 2017, please provide the following information:

    •Student’s name

    •Parents’ names

    •Grandparents’ names