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Education

  • 4-H Camp applications now available

    It is now time for youth ages 9 to 14 to register to attend 4-H Camp this summer. The camping date is set for Monday, June 30 through Thursday, July 3.

    Taylor County will attend the Lake Cumberland 4-H Camp. Adults and teens are needed to attend as cabin leaders and activity presenters. So consider attending camp with your child or grandchild. Adults attend for free since they serve as chaperones.

  • CES students honored for earning more than 100 AR points

    Campbellsville Elementary School recognized several students during a recent Celebration Assembly for earning more than 100 Accelerated Reader points. Pictured are Jensen Martin, Crystal Ratliff, Austin Cox, Laura Lamb, Darius Wright, Justice Gregory, Myles Murrell and Aidan McMahan.

  • May graduates from ITT Tech

    Wes May graduated from ITT Technical Institute in Louisville on March 29.

    May graduated with highest honors and was recognized for two-year academic excellence.

    He maintained a 3.95 GPA in computer multimedia design throughout his schooling and was a member of the National Technical Honor Society.

    May attended the University of Louisville and Speed Scientific School before graduating from ITT Tech.

    He is the son of Gary and Carol Anne May of Elk Horn. His grandparents are Emery and Roberta May of Campbellsville.

  • TCHS names Students of the Week

    Taylor County High School Students of the Week for March 17 are, from left, front: CJ Short, Rachel Clements, Chelsea Nicholas and Jackie York. Back: Katie Ferguson, Chelsea Hardin, Frank Baker, Angela Yates, Brock Loudon and Austin Hardin. Not pictured are Weston Dickens, Shelby Ewing, Andrew Ford, Hannah Ellis, Malcom Richerson, Morgan Rose, Phillip Lawson, Cassie Quinn, Ben Johnson, Ian Brothers, Hope Wigginton and Blair Bland.

  • TCES names Writers of the Week

    Taylor County Elementary School's Writers of the Week for Wednesday, March 12 are, from left, Rhianna Fields, kindergarten; Bryanna Ireland, first grade; Chloe Eastridge, second grade; Sabrina Garrison, third grade; Haley Merritt, fourth grade; and Hannah Followell, fifth grade.

  • TCHS names Students of the Week

    Taylor County High School Students of the Week for March 10 are, from left, Lauren VanMeter, Traci Gaddie, Leslie Moore, Holly Corbin and AJ Russell.

  • TCHS Choir alumni present concert

    Taylor County High School Choir alumni returned on March 15 to perform in the Saturday Night Concert Series. Alumni performing were, from left, front: Jayne Thompson, Amber Thompson, Choral Director Lisa Gupton and Jennifer Warren Coffey, pictured with her children. Back: Kent Scifres, Erika Graham Gaines, William Brockman and Amory Cox. Sponsored by the TCHS Show Choir, the goal of the series is to raise funds for the choir's spring revue, "Pop Rocks," which will be presented May 8-10.

  • Campbellsville Schools name academic achievers for March

    Campbellsville Independent Schools' Academic Achievers for the month of March were recently named.

    Campbellsville Elementary

    Chanson Atkinson is a second grade student at CES. He is the son of Rochelle and James Atkinson. He enjoys playing football and basketball. His favorite teacher is Joyce Dunlap, and math is his favorite subject. His future plans are to play basketball for Louisville as a point guard.

  • CES students earn math medals

    Campbellsville Elementary School's Jarett Malone, Brenna Wethington, Mallory Haley, Kailey Morris and Alex Doss received math medals for outstanding math achievement during a recent Celebration Assembly.

  • TCES honored as finalist in inaugural grant program

    Taylor County Elementary School has been recognized as a finalist in the inaugural Good Deeds for Schools grant program, sponsored by Goody's Family Clothing.

    The newly created program is designed to help local schools pay for the materials they really need but cannot afford through regular education funding.