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Youth

  • September calendar

    Shelby County Public Schools

    Monday – No school, Labor Day

    Sept. 13 – School board, 7 p.m., at Simpsonville Elementary

    Sept. 14 – Groundbreaking for the new Southside Elementary 10 a.m.

    Sept. 14 – Goodbye for Northside 4:30 p.m.

    Sept. 18 – High attendance day

    Sept. 27 – School board, 7 p.m., at central office

     

    Clear Creek

    Sept. 11 – SBDM 3:30 pm in the school library

  • Superstar readers

    Xavier Cox (from left), Belle York and Katie Morrison, stellar summer readers, were presented with a summer reading challenge in June and returned to Clear Creek Elementary in August with that challenge successfully completed! Katie read and recorded 24 books; Belle read and recorded 40 books, and Xavier read and recorded 42 books in just 65 days. They are now the stars of a bulletin board that shares what makes them super-star readers. “Clear Creek is proud of these Colts who rose to the challenge,” Principal Kim Willhoite said.

  • On campus: August 31, 2012

    Shelby students participate in summer program at Purdue
    Shelby County students took the first step in becoming Boilermakers by participating in the annual STAR program at Purdue University's West Lafayette campus. The participants include Andrew Koroluk and Michael Goebel, both of Simpsonville. Summer Transition, Advising and Registration (STAR) is Purdue's program for new undergraduate students to receive academic advice and create their initial course schedule.

     

  • Minor graduates UK

    Clayton Jeffrey Minor graduated summa cum laude from the University of Kentucky in May. He received a Bachelor of Science in accounting. Minor is a graduate of Shelby County High School and is the son of Jeff and Karen Minor of Shelbyville and the grandson of James and Patty Minor of Shelbyville and Billy Shouse of Mount Eden.

  • Eagle Scout achievement

    Adam Waggener achieved the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest rank in the Boy Scouts. His community service project was to build and install eight hitching rails and five benches and to clear one-half mile of walking trails at Shelby Trails Park. Thirty-two scouts and adult leaders of Troop 212, Southeast Christian Church, helped complete the project. This team put in a total of 340 man-hours of work. Adam is the son of Anita and Jim Waggener of Simpsonville.

  • SCHS dance team

  • On campus: Mahan on NKU dean’s list

    Britt Mahan was named to the dean’s list at Northern Kentucky University's for achieving an outstanding grade point average of 3.6 or greater, after completing her freshman year in the BFA program in acting, department of theater and dance. She is a member of Theta Phi Alpha sorority and is currently completing an internship at the Segal Centre for Performing Arts in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Mahan is the daughter of Dennis Mahan and Tanya Dickinson, both of Shelbyville.

  • On campus: Adams on dean's list at Centre

    Travis Adams was named to the dean’s list for the winter/spring semester at Centre College. This requires students to maintain a 3.6 grade-point average or above. He is the son of Steve and Michelle Adams of Shelbyville and is a graduate of Shelby County High School.

  • Shelby student attends SCATS

    Emma McGuire, a West Middle School student, participated in the Center for Gifted Studies’ 30th summer camp for academically talented middle school students from across the state. They participated in more than 30 courses. Students chose the four classes that they attended daily at the 2-week camp. The center offered music, science, art, math, history, and acting with classes including detective chemistry, found object sculpture, Spanish art and architecture, robot basics, lunar thinking, amusement park physics and more.

  • On their toes

    Band members did some workout exercises before they lifted their instruments during the annual camp that ran for one week from 9 a.m until 3 p.m. each day The school parking lot was scattered with teenagers and their instruments as director Kevin Osborne was assisted in giving out instructions to get in tune physically – like standing on the balls of their feet – before they got in tune musically.