Jessica Johnson Wilkerson, a 2001 HCHS graduate, was named to the Central Methodist College (Fayetteville, Mo.), Dean’s list for the spring semester. Her parents are Lyndon and Chelan Johnson of Pendleton, and Todd and Sandy Stone of Nicholasville.
Each year, Henry County Public Schools recognize students who attend school every day. The recognition is named in honor of Earl Holmes, former Director of Pupil Personnel, who encouraged students to be present at school. This year, these students’ exemplary attendance demonstrated how much they and their families understand the importance of being at school!
Connor Arthur-Martorano is 6, and a student in Ms. Guthrie’s Kindergarten class. Principal Lane Morris said Connor is a good kid who’s made a lot of progress. “He’s just, wise beyond his years, as in, things that are going on in the classroom, and how he’s handling different scenarios,” Morris said. “(He’s) just a joy, he’s just contagious. It’s been a blessing to have him as part of our family here.”
Submitted by Merlyne Brewer
On May 13, 54 students from Eastern Elementary School, Henry County Middle School and Henry County High School attended the state Student Technology Leadership Program competition. These students competed in both individual and team events in categories such as website design, programming, digital art, and video production. The following students received awards:
This year HCHS has 38 students who have been offered approximately $838,150 in scholarship money. With the KEES money added to this the 2011 seniors will have about $1 million to be used over the next four years.
Jessica Booher – Eastern KY University Academic; NHS Young Minds Change Lives Educational Scholarship Program
Luke Clark – Sullivan College of Tech and Design
Dylan Doll – Campbellsville University Heartland Award; Athletic Letter of Intent - Football
On Saturday, April 16, one of four regional RCX robotics tournaments was held at Henry County Middle School. There were 32 teams in attendance from Henry, Shelby, Oldham, Carroll, and Gallatin Counties. Students from Transylvania University served as judges for the tournament. The