• Shelby student spends week in Washington

    A Shelby County youth student is one of two Kentucky high school students that just returned from spending a week at the nation’s capital.

    Cyrus “Cy” Dutton IV of Shelbyville and Samuel Miller of Prospect were chosen from across the state to be part of the group of 104 student delegates who attended the program’s 53rdannual Washington Week March 7-14.

    The U.S. Senate Youth Program comes with a $5,000 scholarship from the Hearst Foundation.

  • School menus: May 2 to 6, 2016


    Elementary schools– Breakfast: Sausage Pancake Bites (17g), WG Blueberry Muffin (28g), Diced Pears (14g); Entrées: (2) WG Pretzel (28g) w/Cheese Sauce (8.8g), Asian Chicken Bites (19g) w/WG Roll (24g); Sides: Green Beans (8g), Cauliflower (6g), Fresh Apple (25g), Orange Smiles (22g), Pineapple Tidbits (22g), Citrus Blast (14g); Condiments: Promise Margarine (0g)

  • Cornerstone student chosen for 2016 Governor’s Scholar program

    Sarah Tipton, a Cornerstone Christian Academy student, was chosen for the 2016 Governor’s Scholar Program. The junior submitted an application and has been selected for this distinguished program. Tiptonis especially excited to have achieved this honor in the footsteps of her brother, Jacob Tipton (2013 GSP).

  • On campus: April 29, 2016

    Sullivan graduates

    Sullivan College of Technology and Design (SCTD) announced the spring 2016 graduates:

    Stephen B. Martin, AAS advanced manufacturing technology.

    Kimberly L Wright, BA interior design.

  • Clear Creek host family Lego night

    Clear Creek hosted a family Lego night on April 14. Students and families worked together to create wheelchairs and machines, build towers and bridges, create habitats, develop phonological awareness and more, all using the same tool: Legos.

  • JROTC leadership

    Cadets from Shelby County High School Marine Corp JROTC participated in a leadership exercise at the Go Ape Adventure at Jefferson Memorial Forest on March 23. The goal was to work on their leadership skills and helping their fellow cadets.

  • School menus: April 25 to 29


  • Scouts attend Merit Badge fair

    Approximately 50 local Boy Scouts and their leaders from Troops 164, 269, 270 and 470 attended a Merit Badge fair April 8-10 at the historic Old Bardstown Village. Being able to earn merit badges as diverse as Citizenship in the Community to Fish and Wildlife, Scouts learn many different and interesting things. If your youth might be interested in joining Scouting – find a local unit at http:/BEASCOUT.ORG.

  • School menus: April 18 to 22


    Elementary schools– Breakfast: Breakfast Wrap (14g) w/Salsa (3.78g), WG Blueberry Muffin (28g), Fresh Apple (25g); Entrées: Pepperoni Pizza Pocket (35g), Mini Corn Dogs (30g); Sides: Peas (13g), Cooked Carrots (8.38g), Fresh Apple (25g), Orange Smiles (22g), Peach Slices (14g), Blue Razz Juice (14g); Condiments: Ketchup (2g), Mustard (0g)

  • Cub Scout pack 270 tours businesses

    The Bears in Cub Scout pack 270 went to Kroger where they learned about the store to earn a Bear Picnic Basket badge and the Bear Necessities badge. Pictured with Kroger Manager Alex Smith, are (from left) Eli Cox, Kevin Stivers, Sean Dreher, Keaton Heacox, Smith and Spencer LeCompte.