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Campbellsville Independent Schools recently announced its academic achievers for April. A boy and a girl from each school are named.
Those recognized include:
Campbellsville Elementary School
Destiny Hicks is a fourth-grade student at CES. She is the daughter of Tracy Yocom, granddaughter of the late Lora Hicks and the great-granddaughter of Lora Dudgeon. Her favorite teacher is Karen Skaggs and math is her favorite subject. She enjoys being on Safety Patrol and STLP. Her future plans are to attend Campbellsville University and become an elementary school teacher.
Jake Dicken is also a fourth-grade student at CES. He is the son of Laura and Richard Dicken. His favorite teacher is Hannah Jones and language arts is his favorite activity. He enjoys sports and church activities. His future plans are to attend University of Kentucky and become an engineer.
Campbellsville Middle School
Jaylah Tucker is a sixth-grade student at CMS. She is the daughter of Bridgett Brown and Jeff Todd Johnson and granddaughter of Wanda Tucker. Her favorite subject is math and Steven Gumm is her favorite teacher. Her future plans are to help children in need.
Dakota Reardon is also a sixth-grade student at CMS. He is the son of Brittany Reardon. He enjoys playing football. Math is his favorite subject and Steven Gumm is his favorite teacher. His future plans are to attend college.
Campbellsville High School
Hannah Ferguson is a sophomore at CHS. She is the daughter of Patricia Ferguson. Integrated Social Studies Honors is her favorite subject and Javier Lopez is her favorite teacher. She enjoys playing volleyball and being a member of the Pep Club. Her future plans are to attend college and become a social psychologist.
Antonio Barrera is also a sophomore at CHS. He is the son of Francisco Barrera and Wanda Lucas. He enjoys baseball, basketball, soccer, FCA and being sophomore Student Council vice president. Biology is his favorite subject and Dee Doss is his favorite teacher. His future plans are to attend college, though his major is undecided.