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Education

  • CES artist recognized
  • CES students of the Month
  • School briefs for 3-9-2016

    Local students among Eastern Kentucky graduating class

    Eastern Kentucky University recognized 1,082 graduates at the conclusion of the fall 2015 semester, including three from Henry County.
    Local EKU graduates include Daniel William King with a master’s degree in adult, juvenile and community corrections leadership; Markus Nathaniel Carroll with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice; and Kelcie L. Fish with a bachelor’s degree in physical education.
    Fischer named to Campbellsville U’s president list

  • Local Engineers of Tomorrow to compete in robotics meet

    The Local Engineers of Tomorrow Team 2783 inspires thousands of kids to pursue involvement with STEM-related activities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics through their summer camps, participation in worldwide tournaments and by mentoring other teams. The team is comprised of local high school students from Bullitt, Oldham, Henry, Shelby and Jefferson counties.
    On March 10 through 12, they will kick off their season with the 2016 FIRST® Saint Louis Missouri Regional Competition at the Chaifetz Arena.

  • Henry County FFA hands out Greenhand awards
  • Eminence’s Academic Team scores Governor’s Cup wins

    The Eminence Elementary Academic Team competed in the district Governor’s Cup competition at Maurice Bowling Middle School in Owen County Feb. 27, according to information from Eminence Independent Schools.
    Team members competed in quick recall, written assessment and composition events. Coached by third-grade teacher Anna Kristin Wilson and fifth-grade teacher Jenifer Brown, the Warriors earned the title of District Overall Champions.

  • Students can ‘start careers’ at Carroll County Area Tech Center

    High school students from across the service region of Carroll, Gallatin, Henry, Owen and Trimble counties will be deciding their courses for next year over the remainder of this school year, officials from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority noted in a news release.  
    Many times students and parents would benefit from having all the information about some amazing opportunities that are available for their students.  

  • Girl Scout cookies for sale

    Girl Scout Troop 207, led by troop leader Amanda Rice, set up at Norm’s Food
    World on Sunday afternoon to sell cookies at their Girl Scout bakery booth. Pictured are Avah Caldwell, Izzy and Abby Hunt, Kylee Morris, Emma Clark,
    Trinity Crow and Abby and Katie Sheehan.

  • Adult ed winner
  • New Castle Elementary families pick up another good habit

    New Castle Elementary School families were definitely not afraid to get their hands dirty during February’s family night in learning “Habit 7: Begin with the End in Mind,” according to Principal Tara McMahan. Angela Buckler, NCES arts and humanities teacher, taught attendees to create beautiful and unique butterflies to take home and treasure as a lasting memory of their family night at the school.