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Education

  • Smith-Cecil earns math medal

    Ricky Smith-Cecil was recently honored with a math medal at a Campbellsville Elementary celebration assembly.

    Smith-Cecil is a student in Debbie Baugh's third grade classroom at Campbellsville Elementary.

  • CMS students honored in Martin Luther King Jr. contest

    Three Campbellsville Middle School students were recently selected as state winners in the Martin Luther King Jr. Essay and Visual Arts Contest.

    Students submitted an essay or artwork that reflected their most inspired King moment or speech in concert with the theme stating how he or she is using that inspiration to shape their lives and communities.

    A total of 1,200 entries were received. Two students were chosen as state first place winners while another received second place accolades.

  • School Menus for Jan. 21-25

    Campbellsville Elementary/High

    Jan. 21-25

    Monday _ No school. Martin Luther King Day.

    Tuesday _ Chuckwagon, whipped potatoes, lima beans, peaches, graham cracker and milk.

    Wednesday _ Corn dog, macaroni and cheese, peas, fresh fruit, animal crackers and milk.

    Thursday _ Spaghetti, tossed salad, buttered corn, Texas toast, fruit sherbet and milk.

    Friday _ Deli sandwich with lettuce and tomato, Cheetos, carrot sticks, Fruit Roll-Up, Teddy Grahams and milk.

    Campbellsville Middle

    Jan. 21-25

    Monday _ No school. Martin Luther King Day.

  • TCHS wins Battle of the Belts

    Taylor County High School was the winner of the 2nd Annual Taylor County Farm Bureau High School Battle of the Belts Challenge Cup. The award was presented at Friday night's cross-town basketball game.

    The challenge began as an effort to encourage teen drivers to wear their seat belts each and every time they get in a car. At the beginning of school one day last week, a survey was conducted at each high school. During the survey, all vehicles arriving at the high schools were observed for seatbelt use.

  • Students earn math medals

    Antonio Smith and Shay Stone were honored with a math medal at a recent celebration assembly at Campbellsville Elementary School. The fourth graders received the award for completing 80 multiplication or division problems in less than 2 minutes.

  • CES Writers of the Week

    Campbellsville Elementary School named Writers of the Week for the week of Jan. 4. They are Nana Moriuchi, Haley Morris, Tatem Wiseman and Kathryn Doss. Tyler Milburn is not pictured.

  • School Menus for Jan. 14-18

    Campbellsville Elementary/High

    Jan. 14-18

    Monday - Chicken patty, French fries, peas and carrots, pineapple, brownie and milk.

    Tuesday - Barbecue, hash brown, corn, celery, dip, Fruit Juicee and milk.

    Wednesday - Chicken bites, scalloped potatoes, green beans, fruit salad, bread slice and milk.

    Thursday - Chili, cheese, crackers, baby carrots, applesauce, oatmeal square and milk.

    Friday - Hot ham and cheese, potato round, baked apples, Sunshine Bar and milk.

    Campbellsville Middle

    Jan. 14-18

  • St. Catharine College announces dean's list, president's list

    St. Catharine College recently announced its list of students who have achieved extraordinary academic success for the fall 2007 semester.

    The dean's list includes all students who had a grade point average of 3.6 to 3.999. The president's list includes students who had a perfect 4.0 during the semester.

    Students from Taylor County who were on the dean's list included: Amanda Shaw and Sherry Clark.

    Students from Taylor County on the president's list were: Hannah Cox and Christopher Smith.

  • Students judge decorating contest

    Kentucky Christian School's fifth graders were guest judges for Amazon's Christmas decorating contest.

  • Students attend KYA winter convention

    Recently, 23 students from Campbellsville Middle School ventured to Louisville to take part in the annual three-day Kentucky Youth Assembly Winter Conference.

    This is the largest student in government program in the United States, and it allows students from across Kentucky the chance to debate the current issues facing youth and government.