Pictured are the Eastern Elementary Students of the Month for April: Collin King, Branson Stone, Cody Franklin, Shelby Gordon, Cory Doss, Seth O’Nan, Aleigha Hancock, David Floyd, Jaden Stamper, Trey Thomas, Devin Shaw and Rosa Smither.
Your principal says you’re career and college-ready, where do you want to attend college?
Northern Kentucky University is a good option or U of L. I will major in orthodontics and minor in agriculture business. “Mrs. Davie (ag teacher) is so passionate, she made me like it,” Carothers said.
What’s your career choice?
I want to be an orthodontist. I’ve had braces twice and my orthodontist always keeps it upbeat.
The Eminence Independent School Library sponsored the Eminence Middle School Battle of the Books from April 18-29. The Battle of the Books was a huge success with more than 50 students in the battle. This is the 6th year that Eminence Middle School has participated in the Battle of the Books!
Alex Hadden is 9 and in third grade.
Principal Lane Morris said he chose Alex because of his testing performance. “He really took his time, reread the questions and double-checked his answers,” he said.
Ben Fisher is 10 and in 5th grade.
Principal Sharon Bright said Ben is a remarkable young man with great solid values and is a wonderful leader. He plays violin in the orchestra. “He wanted to play a solo for the PTO,” she said. “His mom has to tell him to stop practicing.”
How did you celebrate Easter?
We went to an Easter Egg Hunt at Lockport Baptist Church. They had an Easter breakfast with hash browns and eggs. Then we went to the cross and sang and read a passage from the Bible.