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Education

  • Guitar students will play at KASGO and concert

    Although he admits to a little white lie 15 years ago, Henry County Middle and High School band director and music teacher Chip Anderson doesn’t regret telling it.

    “A former principal, Mr. Weid, met with me and said he’d like me to teach more classes at the high school because at the time I only taught one class,” Anderson said. “I suggested guitar class. Mr. Weid asked me if I played guitar, and I lied through my teeth and said, ‘Yeah, sure I play guitar…kind of.’”

  • News Brief/School

    Eminence Independent Schools student Quin Rader, Industrial Maintenance, enrolled at the Shelby County Area Technology Center, recently received the Citizen of the Month for December, for behavior and attitude that distinguishes him as a superior student.

  • Two students named to Campbellsville Dean’s List

    Jacob Doty, a 2018 graduate of Henry County High School, was named to Campbellsville University’s Fall 2018 Dean’s List. Doty is a freshman studying Criminal Justice and Psychology, with a Minor in Sociology.

    Doty is from Pendleton and is the son of Jeannean and Arthur Heber of Pendleton and Daniel and Margo Doty of La Grange.

    Alexandria Nichole Payton, of Turners Station was recently named to Campbellsville University’s Freshman Dean’s List for fall 2018.

  • Henry County collegian to student-teach down under

    There was no way Justin Yount would travel abroad, much less teach overseas. 

    That is, until a pal who had applied to student-teach in Australia convinced Yount to apply for the program through the University of Kentucky Career and Technical Education program, where both men study.

    “There was no way I was going to get it [the position],” Yount said. “I just thought, ‘that’s an hour and a half I’ll never get back.’”

    Applicants needed a GPA over 3.25 and social and academic maturity.

  • EIS treats transportation team
  • GEM empowers HCPS girls to succeed in middle school

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    Making the transition from elementary to middle school can be daunting and riddled with self-doubt.

    That’s exactly why Renata Ingram, director of the Henry County Public Schools Family Resource Center, began offering a support and development group about seven years ago.

  • NCDHC grants Stop the Bleed kits and area schools

    A student or teacher is

    bleeding. Seconds tick away.

    Whether from an accident, natural disaster, fight, sports injury or active shooter situation, Stop the Bleed kit contents and training personnel hinder blood loss with a Combat Application Tourniquet (CAT), battlefield-level gauze with a solution that clots blood and other emergency medical supplies.

    At the time, the decision to use the kit may be deciding between life and death.

  • Two students named to Campbellsville Dean’s List

    Jacob Doty, a 2018 graduate of Henry County High School, was named to Campbellsville University’s Fall 2018 Dean’s List. Doty is a freshman studying Criminal Justice and Psychology, with a Minor in Sociology.

    Doty is from Pendleton and is the son of Jeannean and Arthur Heber of Pendleton and Daniel and Margo Doty of La Grange.

    Alexandria Nichole Payton, of Turners Station was recently named to Campbellsville University’s Freshman Dean’s List for fall 2018.

  • EIS student leaders of the month
  • EIS student leaders of the month