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Education

  • Eminence Middle School Wyatt Pittman

    Wyatt is a 5th grader at Eminence Middle School.

    Favorite subject?

    Social Studies. I like things like the Civil War, because my grandpa fought in WW II.

     

    Do you have pets?

    Two dogs Elouise and Gibby and a cat Juliette.

     

    What do you do for fun?

    I play basketball. My favorite player is Rajon Rondo from the Celtics. I also like to ride my bike with my friends in the neighborhood. I also loved going to the Cheesecake Factory they have great cheesecake.

     

  • Henry County Middle School Luke Yantz

    Luke Yantz is an 8th grader at Henry County Middle School
    Favorite subject?
    Band. Band I think has the biggest effect on my life. It requires devotion with a lot hours practicing and instruction. It also teaches teamwork and multitasking. Unlike a game, with music you are always playing and participating. You don’t sit out.  I think it will help me in college and in life to focus and be dedicated to stay on task throughout life.
    What do you do for fun?

  • Hooked on MAP skills

    Submitted by Stephanie Hines

  • Chelsey Tingle Receives Diploma from Cumberlands

    University of the Cumberlands  is pleased to announce that Chelsey Tingle of New Castle received the Master of Arts degree in Education with an emphasis in Instructional Leadership in the August graduating class.
    This Fall, Cumberlands recognized 261 students as receiving their bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees, and doctoral degrees. Classes are currently in full swing at UC for the fall semester.
    For more information about University of the Cumberlands visit www.ucumberlands.edu.
     

  • YOCO attend leadership retreat

  • Asher receives recognition

  • Students of the Week for Sept. 19

     

    Daniel Brown

  • Denise Perry named DPP of the Year

    Submitted by Sandy Powell

    Denise Perry, Director of Student Services for Henry County Public Schools, received the Kentucky Director of Pupil Personnel of the Year Award at the KDPP Fall Institute on Sept. 13.  This prestigious award is presented annually to recognize one outstanding educational leader who serves in the role of Director of Pupil Personnel.

  • Upton receives scholarship

    William Upton is the recipient of the John Stillwell Heady Scholarship. Upton is a 2010 graduate of Eminence High School and is majoring in business management at University of Kentucky. He is the son of Mike and Barbara Upton of Eminence.

  • Students win bikes for walking club

    Submitted
    Wayne Morley and Bo Kasten won bikes for their participation in the 40/20 Mile Club. Eastern Elementary resumed the 40/20 Mile Club, a walking club for all Eastern Elementary Students. This involves the students walking one mile behind the school on their free time. In order to qualify, Kindergarten through 2nd grade walk 20 miles, while higher grades walk 40, between now and May. Last year there were more than 90 students walking/ running toward the goal.   At the end of the year we will draw two names for a bike.