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Education

  • CES studies energy conservation

     

    Campbellsville Elementary School students had an entire week of energy conservation activities recently to kick off their Go Green project. Each classroom completed an On Demand Writing task and winners were selected. Pictured are classroom winners Chelsie Pierce, Rylee Petett, Jack Sabo, Riley Rainwater, Kaylyn Smith, Abi Wiedewitsch, Alex Lofton, Abbie Decker, Grant Rinehart and Kenzi Forbis.

  • Library offers materials to look into the past

    Bonnie Webster

    Taylor County Public Library

    Looking into your past? You're not alone. Thousands visit Frankfort each year searching for information about their family history in the commonwealth's major historical repositories.

    I met a very nice couple from Tennessee the other day who were looking up family history in our Genealogy Room. They were so happy that they were able to find so much information about their family roots in our library.

  • TCMS teacher wins McDonald's grant

     

    Jessica McCubbin, a teacher at Taylor County Middle School, has much more joy than usual to share with her students this holiday season. McCubbin is the recipient of a 2010 MAC Grant from McDonald's Restaurants of Kentuckiana.

  • TCES names Writers of the Week

     

    Taylor County Elementary School recently announced its Writers of the Week for Nov. 18. They are, from left, kindergartner Ruthie Dengel, first grader Savannah Delk, second grader Stephanie Davis, third grader Hayden Dabney, fourth grader Kelsie Perkins and fifth grader Michael Sanford.

  • School menus for Dec. 6-10

    Campbellsville Independent

    Dec. 6-10

    Monday - Grilled chicken patty, scalloped potatoes, peas and carrots, mandarin oranges, bread slice and milk.

    Tuesday - Grilled cheese, baked chips, celery sticks, fruit roll-up, chocolate cake and milk.

    Wednesday - Chicken tenders, mashed potatoes, green beans, fruit cocktail, rolls and milk.

    Thursday - Sausage patty, scrambled eggs, baked apples, hot biscuits, gravy and milk.

  • CU shows record numbers in fall census

    Caleb Harris

    Campbellsville University

    According to an announcement from Campbellsville University president Michael V. Carter, CU has recorded its 21st consecutive semester of record enrollment.

    Census data calculated the total enrollment at 3,225 students, compared to 3,006 students at about the same time last year. This is a 7.3 percent increase in the student body. Also, students staying in residence halls have increased 7.4 percent, from 883 students to 948 students.

  • Campbellsville schools name academic achievers

     

    Campbellsville Independent Schools have announced Academic Achievers for the month of October. Students honored follow.

    Campbellsville Elementary

    Nathan Sowders is a second-grade student at CES. He is the son of Joshua and Shawn Sowders. He enjoys playing dodge ball and hula hoop. His favorite teacher is Laura Dicken. His future plans are to become a babysitter.

  • TCES names Good Deed winners

     

    Taylor County Elementary School recently announced its Good Deed Winners for the week of Nov. 17. Pictured are Cameron McNeil, Hayden Dabney, Jadin Sturgill, Mason Phillips and Dawson Propes.

  • KCA hosts Pastor Appreciation Day

     

    Kentucky Christian Academy hosted 39 area pastors at its annual Pastor's Appreciation Day. Pictured is Martha McCreary with Sean Caudill, pastor of South Campbellsville Baptist Church.

  • CU meets with YUST, PUST officials

     

    Dr. Frank Cheatham, Campbellsville University vice president for academics, seated at center left, and Dr. James Chin-Kyung Kim, center right, president of South Korea's Yanbian University of Science and Technology and of Pyongyang University of Science and Technology in North Korea, met in the Chowning Executive Dining Room in Winters Dining Hall at CU recently and signed agreements of academic articulation. They were joined by a group of YUST students and CU leaders and students.