- Special Sections
- Public Notices
Behind the yellow cards are letters that spelled a special message for the Shelby County Public Schools Board of Education meeting. Teachers and students hosted the meeting at Painted Stone Elementary where BIG Goals were shared by: Heather Fallen, implementing Thinking Strategies; Lora Griffin, initiating “If you can think it, you can say it. If you can say it, you can write it. If you can write it, you can read it;” Cooper Waford (kindergarten) wore a box frame around his face to emphasize his dream to work with computers; Maggie Chandler (first grade) said she wants to be a scuba diver; Marlee Pettit (second grade) loves animals and wants to be a veterinarian; Sadie McCoun (third grade) wore a hat and flannel shirt to show she wants to be a farmer and feed the world; Maddie Stokes (fourth grade) has picked the University of Louisville to study and become a criminal defense lawyer; Asia Hardy (fifth grade) has her eye on Harvard or Yale to become a prosecuting attorney; Kylie Higgins (fifth grade) wore a camera around her neck because she wants to attend University of Kentucky and become a photographer; and Molly Davie, continuing her education to pursue another degree.