• Honor rolls: Cornerstone Christian Academy

    First Grade

    Ivy Lentini, Saraya Toby

    All A’s:  Anna Riggsby, Waylen White, Edison Hendricks, Savannah Doyle, Aubrey Glass, Lucy Quinn, Lyndell Shepherd, Matt Hogan, Christian Ladner, Jacob Wright, Jaxon Warford, Ava Edwards, Adwin McDuffus, Azana McDuffus

  • School menus: Oct. 28 through Nov. 1


    Elementary schools – Breakfast: Pizza Strip (28g), WG Blueberry Muffin (25g), ; Entrées: Mandarin Chicken (25g) w/Rice (30.1g), Mini Corn Dogs (31g), ; Sides: Veggie Provence (7g), Baby Carrots (5.79g) w/Ranch (1g), Banana (26g), Peach Slices (16.5g), ; Condiments: Ranch Dressing (1g), Ketchup (2g), Mustard (0g)

  • School menus: Oct. 21 through Oct. 25


    Elementary schools – Breakfast: Sausage Pancake Bites (19g), WG Blueberry Muffin (25g);  Entrées: WG Pretzel (28g) w/Cheese Sauce (6g), Popcorn Chicken (13g); Sides: Cauliflower (2.56g) w/Ranch (1g), Green Beans (3.86g), Orange Smiles (15.4g) Pineapple Tidbits (15.5g); Condiments: Honey Mustard (10g), Ketchup (2g)

  • JROTC presentation

    The Kiwanis Club of Shelbyville recently presented the Collins High School JROTC program with a check for $500. J.R. RoBards presents JROTC instructor Lt. Col. Keith Gramig with the check as cadets (from left) Taylor Jackson, Sophia Sanchez and Austin Myers look on.

  • Hidden hero at Collins
  • Chapter 3: Kentucky is a state of farms

    When Mr. Tom told us he couldn’t return us to our parents, my spirit sank. “I’d love to return you, but I’ve got a big load to retrieve from a packing plant!” he said. “It’s in the opposite direction from your parents’ house. We’re already several hours away from Grover’s. If I take you back to Grover’s, I’ll miss my deadline and lose that plant’s business.”

  • Riders participate in Special Olympics
  • Students visit Oldham Arts Center

    The Collins High School chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America attended the Region 6 fall meeting at the Oldham County Arts Center in Crestwood. Chapter officers participated in training, and new members attended a session. FCCLA is the only student led organization with the family as its central focus, and FCCLA provides ample opportunities for leadership and community service.

  • Cornerstone ‘Talk Like a Pirate’ day

    Students in Christina Hamon and Kara Allen’s kindergarten classes at Cornerstone Christian Academy dressed the part for national “Talk Like a Pirate” day.

  • Latino night at PSE

    More than 100 people attended Latino Night on Sept. 24 at Painted Stone Elementary. They enjoyed a meal, read together and learned how to improve literacy skills in the home. Heather Fallen, a teacher, reads to the students during the event.