• Students selected for Rogers Explorers program

    Taylor County Middle School students W. Cooper Hall and Grant Cox will have a chance this summer to further develop their math, science and technology skills and plan for their future careers - all while getting their first taste of life on a college campus.

    The students, rising ninth graders, have been selected by The Center for Rural Development to build their leadership skills and receive hands-on training in these three critical subject areas as 2011 Rogers Explorers.

  • CES recognizes volunteers

    Campbellsville Elementary School recently recognized its volunteers during Awards Day.

    Volunteers recognized were Cheryl Sullivan, Jessica Oliver, Anya Bright, Chris Alia, Kristy Bandy, Paula and Ricky Burress, Arthur and Nancy Pettigrew, Brandi Cave, Melissa Comstock, Angela Cox, Jennifer Persinger, Dianna VanCleave, Ashley Schneider, Andrea Rainwater, Tara Underwood, Sonja Hughes, Tonya Gupton, Freda Mace, Asha Fields, Jessica Watson, Ashlee and David Petett,

  • CES recognizes safety patrol


    Campbellsville Elementary School recently recognized its third-grade safety patrol members.

  • CES students honored for receiving all A's


    Campbellsville Elementary students were recently recognized for receiving all A's for the entire school year. They are Tristan Hovious, Elizabeth Sullivan, Tabitha Burress, Elijah Long, Myles Murrell, Brandon Greer, Payton Reynolds, Tristan Johnson, Reagan Knight, Christa Riggs, Hayley Stapleton, Randy Harris, Amelia Rafferty, Abbie Dicken, Blake Allen, Jeremiah Jackson, Glenn Lamer, Hannah Goff and Casey Hardin.

  • CES recognizes Walking Club members


    Campbellsville Elementary School recently recognized its Walking Club members on Awards Day. They are Jaedyn Embry, Patrick Walker, Fatimah Alabusalim, Bryce Hughes, Shelby Hunt, Zaria Cowan, Alexis Lambert, Summer Edwards, Dakota Barnhill, Caleb Barnhill, Katelyn Walker, Emily Rodgers, John Orberson, Austin Lane, Skyler Burchett, Matthew Oliver, Brandon Tucker, Lindsey Whitehead and Nicholas Cowan.

  • CES students receive Great Leaps awards


    Campbellsville Elementary School students recently received Great Leaps awards during awards day. They are Nathan Anderson, Victoria Cox, Betty Pickett, David Silva, Jade Tungate, Alma Bazan, Chloe Bennett, Ryan Milburn, Dasha Neuman, Brianna Pipes, Alexis English, Dustin Wade, Sedgie Daniels, Briante Gowdy, Reggie Thomas, Tyler Armstrong, Dakota Barnhill, Cameron Bright, Ketayah Taylor and Trystan Taylor.

  • CES students receive conservation awards


    Campbellsville Elementary School recently recognized its students who received conservation awards. Class winners are Jake Dicken, Kameron Smith, Jewell Cox, Gracyne Hash, Zaria Cowan, Lauryn Agathen, Daesean VanCleave, Myles Murrell, Blake Smith, Abbie Dicken, Noah Mardis and Aleah Knifley. School winners are Kameron Smith, Gracyne Hash and Myles Murrell. Hash was also a county runner-up.

  • CES students receive Duke awards


    Campbellsville Elementary School students recently received Duke awards. They are Reagan Knight, Christina Phipps, Christa Riggs, Myles Murrell and James Bohannon.

  • CES announces president's award winners


    Campbellsville Elementary School recently announced its presidential education award winners. The students were honored during Awards Day. Those who received the award are Abbie Dicken, Alexis Luttrell, Ameilia Rafferty, Andrea Bryant, Austin Lane, Blake Allen, Blake Smith, Brandon Greer, Brandon Tucker, Brian Oliver, Caleigh Bright, Cameron Bohannon, Casey Hardin, Cassandra England, Chaz Cave, Chloe Gupton, Christa Riggs, Christina Barerra, Christina Lawson, Christina Phipps, Cody Cox, Daesean Vancleave, Daniel Johnson, Davon Cecil,

  • CHS chapter donates to Children's Miracle Network


    Campbellsville High School's Family, Career and Community Leaders of America chapter recently donated $100 to Children's Miracle Network, the national FCCLA Outreach Project.

    Members participated in a fundraiser to raise money for the hospital network that helps save and improve the lives of 17 million children every year nationwide. CMN will direct the money that CHS FCCLA collected to help children in this area.