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Youth

  • District governor’s cup winners

    Elementary schools in Shelby County were in the spotlight at the Governor’s Cup competition in February. Four competed in the Shelby District meet, one in Oldham and one in Henry. Several students and teams advance to the regionals, hosted last week by Simpsonville Elementary.

    SHELBY DISTRICT

  • Regional STLP Lego Robotics winners

  • Shelby students shine in STLP

    Students from across Shelby County Public Schools submitted work ranging from digital photography to video production online to be judged for a chance to compete at STLP’s state championship.

    Simpsonville’s Will Stivers advances to state competition with his original photo, Cotton Ball.

  • Applications available for new Young Leaders

    A select group of sophomores who attend school in Shelby County will have the opportunity to participate in the Young Leaders Institute, a leadership development class coordinated through the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce.

    The program is open to students who attend Shelby County Public Schools and Cornerstone Christian Academy – or who live in Shelby County and attend a neighboring private school or home school.

  • SCHS delegation dazzles at KUNA competition

    The Shelby County High School Student Y team earned several honors at the Kentucky United Nations Assembly March 18-20 in Louisville.

    KUNA is a learning conference where students participate in simulated international diplomacy.

  • Future possibilities

    Model. Webmaster. Dentist. Attorney. Counselor. UPS. Salesman. These careers and more were introduced to students at Southside Elementary as part of its Career Day. Superintendent James Neihof told the assembly, “Dream big and work hard to make those dreams come true.” Adults spoke at the assembly and then gave presentations in individual classrooms throughout the grade levels. Each emphasized what skills they use that the children are now learning: reading, writing, math, communication, etc.

  • Shelby students earn orchestra honors

    These orchestra students from Shelby County schools participated in Kentucky Music Educators Association Solo/Ensemble district competition:

     

    Shelby County High School

  • Collins’ students earn ‘take charge’ grant

    Collins High School was among 41 high schools selected by the Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH) and its partners to receive grants to develop or improve the nutritional, physical activity or tobacco prevention policies at their schools.

    The $500 grants are part of the Students Taking Charge program offered by Kentucky Action for Healthy Kids (KYAFHK). Collins High received a grant for a tobacco awareness plan. “Health leads to a wealth of knowledge, success, and a long life which students care about,” said junior Taylor Royse.

  • On campus: March 16, 2012

    Schreiner named to Kansas honor roll

  • First official Beta members