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Youth

  • Dancin' at Wright

  • Shelby schools dominate technology competition

    Shelby County schools dominate at the Kentucky Technology Student Association State Conference on March 17-19

    Shelby County and Collins high schools placed first in eight events, second in 10 and third in five. Shelby County Public Schools swept a couple of events, taking first, second and third.

    Eight Shelby County students are eligible to go to the International Technology Student Association Conference to represent Kentucky this summer in Dallas.

     

  • Cozzens finishes 11th in geography bee

    In a repeat trip to the state National Geographic Bee, Paul Cozzens of Shelbyville, a seventh-grader at Corpus Christi Academy in Simpsonville, finished 11th out of 95 competing participants April 1.

    Falling just one question short of the final round, Cozzens achieved his goal of “making it to the tiebreaker round.”

  • April calendar

    District

    April 4-8 - Spring Break, no school

    April 14 - Kindergarten Registration and Screening 5:30-7:30 p.m. at six elementary schools. Bring child, child's birth certificate, Social Security card and two proofs of residency

    April 14 - Young Leaders Institute (sophomores from both high schools) Economic Development Day and graduation luncheon

    April 14 - Special School Board meeting 7 p.m.

  • Aviation top honors

  • Painted Stone BETA Membership

    Members of the Painted Stone BETA Club are (front row, from left) Jay Becherer, Lindsay Creque, Grant Early, Meredith Gaither, Bryce Glass, Rachel Goodwin, Jake Griffin, Lauren Mackey, Nathan Vegh, Jake Waford, Mason Warren; and (back row) Brandan Maharrey, Lucy Mathis, Abby Mattingly, Stuart Murphy, Mathew Munsterman, Myriah Robinson, Shannon Robinson, Emily Goss, Bianca Saucedo, Bobby Shaver, Jackson Stewart, Zack Stucker and Brianna Taylor. Connor Bohannon was not available for the picture.

  • 'Fancy; night out

    It was hard to determine who the real Fancy Nancy really was at Clear Creek Elementary. First-grade daughters and their moms had a delightful time at the Valentine Fancy Nancy Reading Night. Everyone had fun dressing the part, including the staff. The evening began with Fancy Nancy (Nancy Page) reading her favorite Fancy Nancy book, Fancy Nancy Heart to Heart. Fun activity stations requiring reading and writing skills were throughout the school library for everyone to enjoy.

  • EMS students win music awards

  • KDCO state competition

    Collins High School dance team took part in the KDCO state competition, finishing sixth in state on Hip Hop and Open Categories. Taylor Scroggin (back row from left), Patrice Peterman, Sydney Catlett, Jill Stella, Katie Usher and Morgan Isenberg; (front row) co-captain Chelsea Stewart, coach Hilary Crucet and co-captain Hannah Murphy.

  • Life science

    Sara Barbour's seventh-grade Life Science class at Cornerstone Christian Academy dissected baby sharks in science lab.