• School menus: Sept. 2 through Sept. 6

    Monday – no school, Labor Day holiday


  • On campus: Aug. 23, 2013

    Shelby Countians at Eastern Kentucky University were among the 2,749 students listed on the dean’s list for the spring 2013 semester. They were

    •  Heather Nicole Amos of Shelbyville, sophomore, Shelby County High School graduate, majoring in music.

    •  Cody Nicholas Bland of Shelbyville, senior, Shelby County High School graduate, majoring in aviation.

  • School menus: Aug. 26 through 30


    Elementary schools – Breakfast: Sausage Biscuit (25g) w/Jelly (9g), WG Blueberry Muffin (25g);  Entrées: WG Chicken Patty (15g) w/WW Roll Ham and Cheese on W G Pretzel Roll; Sides: Steamed Broccoli (10.5g), Sweet Potato Waffle Fries (30g), Fresh Apple (10.5g), Pineapple Tidbits (15.5g); condiments: Honey Mustard(10g)BBQ. Don’t forget your milk.

  • School menus: Aug. 19 through 23


    Elementary schools – Breakfast: pizza strip (28g), WG blueberry muffin (25g); entrées: mandarin chicken w/rice, mini corn dogs; sides: veggie Provence baby carrots w/ranch, banana, peach slices(16.5g); condiments: ranch dressing, ketchup(2g), mustard (0g). Don’t forget your milk

  • On campus: Aug. 16, 2013

    Brown receives degree from Georgia Tech
    Sarah Brown
    of Finchville has earned a Bachelor of Science degree in aerospace engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. She was among approximately 2,700 undergraduate and graduate students who received degrees during Georgia Tech's 245th commencement exercises.

  • Troop 164 attends jamboree

    Boy Scout Troop 164 of the First Presbyterian Church attended the National Jamboree in Beckley, W.Va., with 55,000 scouts from all over the United States. Those attending were (from left) Geo Cook, Danny Collum, Abraham, Collum, Bobby Shaver, Robert Sherrod, Joseph Collum, Ben Myatt and Scoutmaster Robert Green.

  • Link Crew mentors

    Link Crew is a mentoring program at both of the high schools in Shelby County that helps eighth-graders transition to the high school environment. Juniors and seniors at Shelby County High School and Collins High School trained for several days before school started to learn skills to help them mentor. The Link Crew members will lead small groups of eighth graders and help them with everything from advice to finding classes.

  • New teachers at Shelby County schools
  • Shelby students complete Governor’s School for the Arts

    More than 200 young artists from every region of the commonwealth – including two from Shelby County – participated this summer in the Governor’s School for the Arts, which took place at Lexington’s Transylvania University June 23-July 13.

    Completing the program from Shelby County were Sierra Brown of Shelby County High School, visual art; and Ryan Ruff of Collins High School, drama.

  • Collins student attends Oak Ridge Military camp

    Madison Maddox, a freshman at Collins High School, attended Oak Ridge Military Academy Leadership Camp for 2 weeks.

    The academy, established in 1852 and located outside of Greensboro, N.C., is the second-oldest military academy in the United States. The camp, which had 27 in the class, has a substantial physical component and all campers participate in military formations, marching drills and leadership training.