Katherine Goebel of Shelby County was a member of the graduating class of the Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green. Sixty students representing 34 counties from across the state were recognized.
Cayla R. Hackworth and Timothy D. Hackworth of Shelbyville were among several students from Mid-Continent University recently inducted as members of Sigma Beta Delta, an organization that recognizes students who have attained superior academic scholarship in business programs. It has more than340 chapters in 47 states and three other countries.
David Baxter Matthews of Shelbyville was named to the dean’s list at Vanderbilt University. He is a sophomore in the College of Arts and Science and majors in political science and economics. He is the son of Melissa and Charlie Matthews of Shelbyville.
Kaitlyn Grunder, daughter of Ronald and Bonnie Grunder of Shelbyville, was awarded the valedictorian and Christian leadership scholarships to attend Georgetown College in Georgetown. A senior at Cornerstone Christian Academy, she will receive the scholarship upon matriculation in the fall.
Adventure Club preschool presented the annual Trike-a-Thon to benefit Kosair Children’s Hospital. The 4-year-old classes receive donations of more than $3,000. Amber Barnett, daughter of Chuck and Brandi Barnett of Shelbyville, raised $1,059.
The Shelby Singers and SCHS eighth-grade choir made a clean sweep of the Music Showcase Festivals in Cincinnati. Shelby Singers won their category and best overall high school choir, plus all four sectional trophies for alto, soprano, tenor and bass. The eighth-grade chorus won their class and best overall middle school choir.
Mrs. Cottrell's second-grade class at Clear Creek Elementary have fun learning about geometry, shapes and forms. They were building colorful structures to create rectangular prisms, cubes, pyramids and more.