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Education

  • Eastern Elementary School January students of the month

    Pictured are the Eastern Elementary Students of the Month for January 2011: JoAnn Mertz, Andrew Jordan, Logan Heightchew, Bo Kasten, Ella Medley, Destiny Preston, Hailey Lyons, Madisyn Velez, Abby Lyons, Emily Sharp, Ben Fisher and Dalton Puckett.

  • Eastern Elementary School December students of the month

    Pictured are the Eastern Elementary Students of the Month for December 2010: Savannah Shaw, Makynna Blair, Rhyauna Spears, Carleigh Peyton, Zachary Webster, Danielle Preston, Desmond Richardson
    Leah Jaimes, Cody Keith, Nikki Perkinson, Maray Baker and Devinn Serrano.
     

  • Local students of the week - HCHS

    Principal Jim Masters chose Will because of the effort he puts into all he does. “One cool thing he did was a demonstration for younger kids of a science class he took on his own,” Masters said.

    Speaking of science...
    Will plans to attend Transylvania University (Western Kentucky is his back-up) with an eye towards pre-pharmacy. “I’m doing a triple major of chemistry, biology and Spanish,” he said.

  • Local students of the week - EHS

    Teacher Stephanie Meadows nominated Foree for student of the week.

    She said he has raised his ACT score by five points and is looking at a football scholarship to Thomas Moore College. “He has put in unbelievable hard work,” she said.

    Principal Steve Frommeyer refers to him as the “most improved of the most improved.”

    Favorite subject?
    He said he’s average in academics, but if he had to choose one it’s English class.

  • Eminence Middle School Student of the Week

    Bobby Brewer is 16 and in 8th grade.

    Principal Steve Frommeyer said after a rocky beginning, Bobby has really accomplished a lot. “When he started he was really behind and struggling,” he said. “To his credit he has done a total turn around and is ready for high school.”

    What’s your favorite sport?
    Bobby plays football for Eminence.
    What do you like to do after school?
    Riding bikes.
    What’s your favorite school lunch?

  • Henry County Middle School Student of the Week

    Kayla Barnes is 12 years old and in 7th grade.
    Principal Zach Woods described Kayla as a quiet leader. “She leads by example,” he said. Guidance counselor Kim Lineman chose Kayla as student of the week.
    “She makes good grades,” she said. “She’s so quiet, but this is an opportunity for her to shine and she should shine.”

    What’s your favorite subject?

    Language Arts - She loves reading and book projects, currently reading “The Lovely Bones.”

  • Local students of the week - New Castle Elementary School

    Chance Morris, 10, is in the 5th grade.
    Principal Lane Morris said he selected Chance because of his work ethic. “He has a great attitude and has made outstanding progress,” he said. “He will be stellar in middle school.”

    What is your favorite outdoor
    activity?

    Chance’s favorite outdoor sport is football and he plays all positions for the Chiefs. “I like a lot of stuff outside except soccer,” he said.

  • Campbellsburg Honor Roll - 2nd 9 weeks

    Fourth Grade
    Mrs. James: Jaci Gaines, Hayley Hosey*, Zach Jones, Michael Newland, Travis Newton, Chandley Norton*, Allison Perry*, Kierstin Prentice, Halle Rankin, Max Smith*, Abby Stangle*, Bates Webster, Bryce Wilson*, and Kaitlyn Woosley.
    Mrs. Rison: Megan Abney*, Dawson Allen, Caitlin Beutel, Bill Corley*, Kaylee Fitzgerald, Kayla Harmon, Chase Harp, Miguel Jeminez, Allison Johnson, Winston Matthews, Derek Miller, Hannah Miracle, Caroline Morgan, Jaden Noel*, Lori Porter*, Christian Raisor and Todd Sharp.

  • Eminence Elementary Students of the Month

    Pictured above are the February students of the month for Eminence Elementary School: Andrew Goodlett, Aubree Robinson, Christian Garduno, Katlynn Tingle, Emily Heightchew, Blake Dockter, Hannah White, Juan Armenta, Gracie Moore, Jackson Bean and Matthew Hamilton.

  • Local students of the week - Campbellsburg Elementary School

    Lauren is in the 5th grade.

    Principal Mark Johnson said Lauren is a little bit shy, but more outgoing than her sisters.

    “She represents everything good that Campbellsburg Elementary is,” he said. “She is kind, nice and cares about other people.”