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Education

  • KCS to host fish fry Friday, Sept. 19

    Kentucky Christian School is hosting a fish fry on Friday, Sept. 19 to raise money for new playground equipment.

    The event will be from 4:30 to 7 p.m.

    The dinner includes fresh fried fish, hush puppies, coleslaw, dessert and a drink. Adult plates are $7.50, children $5 and carryout is available.

    KCS is located at 1190 New Columbia Road in Campbellsville.

  • Campbellsville Child Development Center wins PRIDE award

    The Campbellsville Child Development Center won the region's PRIDE Environmental Education Project of the Month Award for introducing students to camping.

  • Lindsey professors have clost ties to Campbellsville

    Three Lindsey Wilson College professors - Asa Swan, the Rev. Terry Swan and Larry Ennis - have connections to Campbellsville.

    Terry Swan, a Campbellsville resident who is dean of the chapel and professor of religion, has been a member of the LWC faculty since 1985.

    Ennis, who is associate professor of education, has been a member of the LWC faculty since 1998.

    Asa Swan, who is a 1996 LWC alumnus, was named a full-time instructor of history this fall.

  • School Menus for Sept. 22-26

    Campbellsville Independent

    Sept. 22-26

    Monday - Beef stew, hash brown, pineapple, cottage cheese, biscuits and milk.

    Tuesday - Chicken tenders, scalloped potatoes, green beans, fruit salad and milk.

    Wednesday - Corn dog, buttered peas, macaroni and cheese, cake with strawberries and milk.

    Thursday - Pork roast or pork chop, mashed potatoes, broccoli casserole, baked apples, rolls and milk.

    Friday - Hot ham and cheese, potato rounds, baked beans, granola bar, apple and milk.

    Taylor County

    Sept. 22-26

  • Winning twice in one day is nice

    The Taylor County High School Marching Cardinals participated in two contests Saturday, winning first place in their class in each.

    At the Captain's Classic at Green County High School, the band was named Reserve Grand Champion and won the best overall awards for percussion and color guard along with first-place band and best percussion and best color guard in Class AAA.

    Other bands competing included Class AA Monroe County, Class AAAA Marion County, Anderson County and Grand Champion Mercer County and Class AAAAA duPont Manual.

  • CES names Students of the Week

    Campbellsville Elementary School recently named these pupils Student of the Week for their classrooms. They are, from left, front: Abie Angel, Alexander Losten, Sidney Burke, Gracyne Hash, Carly Adams, Kelsi Boston, Isis Coleman and Kenzi Forbis. Middle: Elizabeth Sullivan, Sara Farmer, John Orberson, Kasey Blakeman, Glen Lamer, RaShawn Felix and Carsen Riley. Back: Adrian Richardson, Logan Brown, Logan Cole, Austin Cox, Laura Lamb, Jaleel Cowan and Heaven Price.

  • CES students join Walking Club

    Campbellsville Elementary School Walking Club members for the 2008-2009 school year are Madison Alexander, Ashley Bottom, Alesha Bennett, Kasey Blakeman, Zack Boston, Katelyn Bray, Sean Callaway, Austin Carter, Martin Couch, Rebecca Cowherd, Cierra Davis, Cody Davis, MacKenzie Dicken, Elaine Douglas, Alanna Elwood, Kirk Fain, Rashawn Felix, Haley Fisher, Taylor Grapevine, Dezerae Hatfield, Daisy Hovious, Dustin Hughes, Tre Hughes, Luke Hunt, Shelby Kelsey, Sara Kurtz, Tre Lakes, Latron Lasley, Travon Lasley, Madison Lewis, Caroline McCullough, Amye McFall, Taylor McMahan, John Orberson, Ben

  • Sept. 19 registration deadline approaching for October ACT

    The next ACT test will be administered on Oct. 25. Students who wish to take the college admission and placement exam must register by Friday, Sept. 19 - the deadline for having the registration postmarked.

    Late registrations, with an additional fee, will be accepted until the final postmark deadline of Oct. 3.

    Students can register online at www.actstudent.org, or pick up registration packets from high school counseling offices.

  • CES names August Soaring Eagles

    Campbellsville Elementary School's August Soaring Eagles are Austin Carter, Emily Rodgers, Tristan Hovious, Tyler Patterson, Abie Angel, Murphy Lamb, Ryan Neal, Ricky Smith-Cecil, Samuel Kessler, Savanna Brockman, Alli Wilson, Laci Hodgens, Blair Lamb, Jordyn Nabours, Austin Cox, Connor Wilson, Elizabeth Sullivan, Noah Mardis, Glenn Lamer, Sara Farmer, Justin Humphress and Chloe Holt.

  • PRIDE awards $5,165 to schools in Taylor County

    In Taylor County, 409 students will gain hands-on experience in good stewardship practices during the school year, thanks to $5,165 in PRIDE environmental eeducation grants.

    PRIDE recently announced that grants totaling $235,760 were awarded to 70 schools and nonprofit organizations across 38 counties of southern and eastern Kentucky.

    In Taylor County, there were two grant recipients.