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Education

  • LYNC program offers nurse aid training

    Several students recently completed their certified nurse aide classes through Campbellsville LYNC. They are Samantha Booth, Kayla Buis, Lastashia Burton, Megan Foley, Dayna Holmes, Kristee Parton and Amanda Schubert.

    The LYNC serves Taylor, Adair, Casey and Green counties. It is funded by Cumberlands Workforce Investment Board through the U.S. Department of Labor. It is administered locally by the Lake Cumberland Area Development District with Workforce Investment Act Title One monies.

    For more information about LYNC programs and qualifications, call 465-5349.

  • WKU admissions counselor to visit TCHS on Monday, Nov. 19

    Will Gramling, an admissions counselor at Western Kentucky University, will be visiting Taylor County High School to discuss with prospective students the opportunities offered at WKU.

    Gramling will visit the school Monday, Nov. 19 from 10:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

    For more information, contact the WKU Admissions Office via e-mail at admission@wku.edu or by phone at (270) 745-2551.

  • Honor Roll

    Taylor County Elementary School has released its honor roll for the first six-week grading period. Students listed follow.

    Fourth grade

  • Dissecting Eyeballs

    Kentucky Christian School fifth grade teacher Joyce West instructs Hannah Howard and Griffin Wilson on the finer points of dissecting a cow's eyeball and helps identify anatomical parts.

  • Coomer completes Fast ForWord

    Gabby Coomer is the first student at Taylor County Elementary School to complete all levels of Fast ForWord. She is a third-grader in Kelly Jones' class. Fast ForWord is a computer program that helps students with their reading and language skills and to develop thinking, listening and memory abilities.

  • Campbellsville Elementary students complete architecture project

    Campbellsville Elementary School fourth graders recently completed an architecture project. Students created a model building as part of their math curriculum while studying geometry and construction. Students also had a visit from an architect as part of their culminating event for their unit. Pictured are Brooklyn Harris, Alex Bailey, Austin Chandler and Heather Bailey with their buildings.

  • Taylor County High School Color Guard

    Taylor County High School's 2007 color guard members are, from left, front: Bekah Phillips and Megan Perkins, captains. Second row: Abbi Phillips, Kristi Sapp, Raimi Gribbins, Krista Malcomson and Andrea Bault. Third: Melonie Moore and Mariam Pourheydarian. Back: Anna Petty, Erica Gribbins, Jess Cowherd, Farrin Marlow and Jessica Bailey.

  • When I grow up ...

    Kentucky Christian School kindergarten teacher Georgietta Johnson leads her class in a chapel presentation of what they want to be when they grow up.

  • School Menus

    Campbellsville Elementary/High

    Nov. 19-23

    Monday - Spaghetti, tossed salad, Texas toast, applesauce, brownie and milk.

    Tuesday - Pizza, corn, baked chips, vegetable sticks, apple, orange and milk.

    Wednesday - No school.

    Thursday - Thanksgiving holiday.

    Friday - No school.

    Campbellsville Middle

    Nov. 19-23

    Monday - Pizza, potato rounds, buttered corn, fruit by the foot and milk.

    Tuesday - Hot dog, potato chips, carrots with dip, apple, Elf Grahams and milk.

    Wednesday - No school. Professional development.

  • Bowling opportunities come to school

    Campbellsville Elementary School's in-school bowling program, sponsored by Phillips' Lanes, introduces the sport of bowling to students.

    Children are taught a step-by-step progression of bowling skills in their physical education classes. Once they learn the steps, they bowl against each other to learn score keeping.

    Bowling is taught for several reasons. All students can participate. It builds self-confidence and positive self-esteem. There are no size or strength limitations for success. It can be a lifetime sport. Bowling provides enjoyment at any age.