.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Education

  • ECTC dean's, president's lists announced

    Elizabethtown Community and Technical College has announced the names of students who made the dean's and president's honor lists for the fall 2010 semester.

    Those listed from Taylor County are:

  • CES to have kindergarten registration March 7-10

    Registration for kindergarten students entering Campbellsville Independent Schools for the 2011-2012 school year will be March 7-10.

    Those whose children attend Campbellsville Preschool or Head Start will have this registration completed. Children enrolling must be 5 years old by or on Oct. 1.

    Parents with children entering kindergarten in August will need to contact Campbellsville Elementary School at 465-4561 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.

    There are six items a child must have before officially enrolling in school:

  • Phillips graduates from WKU

     

    Brent Robert Phillips graduated from Western Kentucky University in December.

    He earned a double major in religious studies and political science and was named to the dean's list.

    Phillips is attending Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Forth Worth, Texas.

    He is the son of Michael and Beverly Phillips of Campbellsville and the grandson of the Rev. C. David and Pat Lyons of Campbellsville.

  • Chinese New Year Celebration

     

    They line the hallway.

    Eighty-eight Taylor County Elementary School kindergartners wearing masks and carrying lanterns made of construction paper.

    Kindergartners celebrated the Chinese New Year last week. In addition to the parade, the students also tasted Chinese food.

    Teacher Shelly Young said it was all a part of a study about Chinese culture.

  • School menus for Feb. 21-25

    Campbellsville Independent

    Feb. 21-25

    Monday - Chicken fried steak, gravy, mashed potatoes, buttered peas, fruit cocktail, biscuit and milk. Choice: chuckwagon on bun.

    Tuesday - Tacos, tortilla chips, lettuce, tomato, cheese, Spanish rice, sherbet and milk. Choice: Corn dog.

    Wednesday - Corn dog, macaroni and cheese, pinto beans and cornbread, peaches and milk. Choice: pork chop.

    Thursday - Sausage patty, scrambled eggs, baked apples, biscuits with gravy and milk. Choice: chicken fried steak.

  • Elk Horn resident earns degree at University of the Cumberlands

    University of the Cumberlands has announced that Holly Deanna Wood of Elk Horn was among the 201 January graduates who completed degrees during the fall semester of the 2010-2011 academic year.

    Wood graduated with a master of arts in education degree.

  • TCHS students demonstrate automotive technology skills

     

    Taylor County High School students Aaron Bland, Anthony Sapp and Brandon Carter demonstrate their automotive technology skills last Thursday at the Green County Area Technology Center during the school's technology week open house. The school, which is also attended by Campbellsville High School students, offered public tours all week to showcase its programs and students' accomplishments.

  • TCES names Writers of the Week

     

    Taylor County Elementary School recently announced its Writers of the Week for Feb. 4. They are kindergartner Emily Clark, first grader Mercedes Clifton, second grader Collin White, third grader Mariah Oliver, fourth grader Sydney LaBoyteaux and fifth grader Kyah Neal.

  • CES names Students of the Week

     

    Campbellsville Elementary School recently named its Students of the Week for Feb. 4. They are, from left, front, Hunner Whitlow, Joseph Rawlings, Salenna Purtilar, Lauren Nelson, Tuff Harper, Leticia Barros and Ryan Grubbs. Middle: Shedrett Taylor, J.B. Constant, Autumn Babbs, Cameron Bright, Jordan Sallee, Taylor Knight, Hannah Hall, Ethan Rafferty and Zaquan Cowan. Back: Blake Settle, Peyton Reynolds, Jasmine Francis, David Silva, Noah McNear, Blake Allen and Alondra Nava Fuentes. Kyra Comstock is not pictured.

  • Board discusses contingency fund

    James Roberts

    writer@cknj.com

    Taylor County School District may have a funding contingency five times larger than required by the state, but that could quickly change, according to Superintendent Roger Cook.

    Because there has been talk at the state level of dipping into school contingency funds to solve budget problems, the Kentucky School Board Association is asking school boards to discuss the importance of having contingencies and that those discussions be reflected in meeting minutes.