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  • Cornerstone students celebrate ‘Ag Day’

    Cornerstone Christian Academy held the annual “Ag Day” event which is an all-school event that allows students to receive hands-on education about various aspects of agriculture. Students visited vendor booths, were able to see farm equipment and animals up close, and enjoyed a cookout lunch provided by sponsors.

  • Shelby County Area Technology Center students recognized

    The following students, enrolled at the Shelby County Area Technology Center, were named Students of the Month for October, exemplary academic performance in the classroom: Miranda Dodd, business; Tatum Downey, health science informatics; Brianna Bratcher, health science; Anthony Eisenback, information technology; Jacob Horton, automotive; Nicholas Brandenburg, machine tool; Jacob Melton, industrial maintenance; Kaleb Hulker, math/English.

  • On campus: Nov. 20, 2015

    Lauren Patton, a current student at Shelby County High School, has been accepted to the class of 2020 at the University of the Cumberlands. Located in Williamsburg, University of the Cumberlands is an institution of regional distinction, which currently offers four undergraduate degrees in more than 40 major fields of study. For more information visit www.ucumberlands.edu.

  • School menus: Nov. 23 to 27


    Elementary schools– Breakfast: Turkey, Egg and Cheese Quesadilla, WG Blueberry Muffin (28g), Fresh Apple (25g); Entrées: Pepperoni Pizza Pocket (35g), Mini Corn Dogs (30g); Sides: Steamed Broccoli (4.64), Cooked Carrots (8.38g), Fresh Apple (25g), Orange Smiles (22g), Peach Slices (14g), Blue Razz Juice (14g); Condiments: Ketchup (2g), Mustard (0g), Promise Margarine (0g)

  • Chapter 5: Getting ready for The Fish Bowl

    Thankfully, I landed the last auditioning spot for The Fish Bowl. The show would be filmed at the Community Theater tomorrow. I had to arrive at 9:30 in the morning. I had less than 24 hours to perfect my product.

    The show’s producer explained the judges would choose the top three inventions they predicted to succeed. If mine was chosen, they would invest in it. I had to ask Dad what that meant.

    “It means the judges will give you a large sum of money to help you get the product off the ground,” Dad explained.

  • School menus: Nov. 16 to 20


    Elementary schools– Breakfast: Sausage Pancake Bites (15g), WG Blueberry Muffin (28g), Diced Pears (14g); Entrées: (2) WG Pretzel (28g) w/Cheese Sauce (3.15g), Asian Chicken Bites W/WG Roll (24g); Sides: Green Beans (8g), Fresh Apple (25g), Orange Smiles (22g), Pineapple Tidbits (20g), Citrus Blast Juice (14g); Condiments: Honey Mustard (10g), Ketchup (3g), Promise Margarine (0g)

  • 4-H Science Day

    While most Shelby County students were out of school, some 4-Her’s came to the Extension office to learn a little physics, specifically Newton’s laws of motion. They fired off straw and water rockets and launched plastic cars down ramps to learn how motion and resistance works.


  • Cornerstone students’ service projects

    Cornerstone Christian Academy students participated in service projects. All students were encouraged to participate in volunteer projects locally, regionally, nationwide and even internationally. Earlier this month, CCA students spent a day picking produce for Dare to Care on Courtney Farms in Shelby County as a local service project.

  • School menus: Nov. 9 to 13