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Education

  • PRIDE club learns electrical safety

     

    Anne Beard of Taylor County RECC recently spoke to members of God's World PRIDE Club at Campbellsville Child Development Center. Beard discussed electrical safety and how to conserve electricity through the use of light bulbs and turning off lights when not being used. From left are Beard, Jacey Milby, Luke Cole, Jayden Murphy, Jacob Milby, Dawson Cole, Syndey Bertram and Austin Malone.

  • CU presents Excellence in Teaching awards

     

    Joan C. McKinney

    Ahdazsa Dye

    Natasha Janes

    Campbellsville University

    Campbellsville University presented Excellence in Teaching Awards to 150 educators from across Kentucky during the 25th annual awards program Saturday, May 21 in the Winters Dining Hall of the E. Bruce Heilman Student Complex on the Campbellsville University campus.

  • CHS announces students with perfect attendance

     

    Campbellsville High School recently announced students with perfect attendance for the 2010-2011 school year. They are William Wright, Samantha McElroy, Malique Spaulding and A.J. Curry.Campbellsville High School recently announced students with perfect attendance for the 2010-2011 school year. They are William Wright, Samantha McElroy, Malique Spaulding and A.J. Curry.

  • Residents participate in Job Club

     

    Several Taylor County residents recently completed Experience Works' Job Club. Established in 1965, Experience Works is a national charitable community-based organization focused on meeting the training and employment needs of seniors 55 and older.

    The Month of May was celebrated as "Older American's Connecting with the Community."

    Participants from Taylor and Green County are, front, from left, Gloria Thompson, Roscoe Beard and Virginia Jones. Back: Shirley Shivley, Elizabeth Kirtley, Bobby Blakeman and Virginia Wilson.

  • Peers for Peace wins contest

     

    The Taylor County Middle School Peers for Peace club was recently awarded $500 and certificates for its winning entry in the 2011 Child Abuse Prevention Month Art/Banner Contest.

    The award was given by the Cabinet for Heath and Family Services and the Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky.

  • CES students visit capitol

     

    State Rep. Bam Carney, R-Campbellsville, at left, visited with fourth-grade students from Campbellsville Elementary School in Frankfort on May 20. The students' visit included a tour of the state capitol and legislative chambers.

  • CES honors STLP members

     

    Campbellsville Elementary School recently honored its third-grade Student Technology Leadership Program members. They are, front, Jewell Cox. From left, middle, Tristan Lopez, Taliyah Hazelwood, Bailey Thompson, Emily Rodgers, Alexis Lambert, Savanna Brockman and Chloe Holt. Back: Ben Arachi, Kameron Smith, Patrick Walker, Gavin Johnson, Cole Kidwell and John Orberson.

  • CES honors STLP members

     

    Campbellsville Elementary School recently honored its fourth-grade Student Technology Leadership Program members. They are, from left, front, Elizabeth Sullivan, Piper Rucker, Tabitha Burress, Abbie Dicken, John Michael Netherland and Payton Reynolds. Back: Chaz Cave, Cody Cox, Brandon Tucker, Cristina Barrera, Nicolas Cowan and Casey Hardin.

  • TCES names Teacher of the Year

     

    Kim Shofner is the 2010-2011 Taylor County Elementary School Teacher of the Year. Shofner is pictured here with some of her second-grade students. Pictured are, from left, front, Rowan Warner, Alexis Williams, Jayden Sturgill, Taylor Whaley and April Haddock. Back: Julian Clifton, Joshua Ford, Trevor Vanover, Shofner, Tyran George and Anthony Grimes.

  • CU, LWC begin Operation Christmas Child project

     

    It may still be spring, but officials from Campbellsville University and Lindsey Wilson College met recently with members of Columbia Baptist Church to discuss plans for Operation Christmas Child.

    Last year, the two schools' freshman classes combined to collect 1,077 shoeboxes stuffed with toys, school supplies and personal hygiene items to be shipped to disadvantaged children around the world. This year, the two schools hope to exceed that number.