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Education

  • Collins High School Awards 2014

    AWARDS

     

    Kiwanis Club Best All Around Female

    Elizabeth Langlois  

     

    Rotary Club Best All Around Male

    Ryan Ruff

     

    DAR Citizenship Award

    Shelby Logsdon

     

    Female Athlete of the Year

    Sydney Cloyd

     

    Male Athlete of the Year

    Lawson Page

      

  • 2 SCHS students selected for Gatton Academy

    Shelby County High School sophomores Nolan Hughes and Emma Saarinen have made history, but at the rate they’re going it may not be the last time.

    Hughes and Saarinen have been selected to join the Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science at Western Kentucky University, and it is the first time that two Shelby County students were selected in the same year.

  • Shelby County school board: Short agenda for board’s regular meeting

    The Shelby County Board of Education will meet with a very short agenda at 7 p.m. Thursday for its regularly scheduled meeting at the district’s central office, 1155 Main Street in Shelbyville.

    Along with reports and discussion, the board will entertain an interagency agreement with the Department of Juvenile Justice.

    The district has signed the agreements in the past to help fund $90,000 in personnel and operating costs at the Education Center at Cropper.

  • New Business: Sweet Avisha Frozen Yogurt, LLC.

    Address: 103 Jeanie Drive, Burks Plaza, Shelbyville,KY

    Who We Are: We are Sweet Avisha Frozen Yogurt, owned by Kurt and Jamie Smith. We are local residents of Shelbyville. We have lived in this community for over seventeen years. We enjoy yogurt shops, and thought it was time for Shelbyville to have one. We felt Shelbyville needed a place where friends and families could come and enjoy the atmosphere and have a sweet treat.

  • Shelby County School Board: New buildings to get full attention at meeting

    The Shelby County Board of Education will check the progress of the district’s two newest additions when it convenes at 7 p.m. Thursday at East Middle School, 600 Rocket Lane, for its regular meeting.

    The board will hear an update from architects K. Norman Berry and Associates on both the finishing touches at the Northside Early Childhood Center and on the progress at the new Southside Elementary School.

  • Shelby County School Board: New school vision coming

    Superintendent James Neihof said he is ready to introduce a plan that can reshape the vision, along with some of the common practices, of Shelby County Public Schools.

    “When I say my plan, this comes from the Strategic Leadership Team, so it’s eighty-plus [people] strong,” he said. “This is the plan we’ve put together. The BIG Goals will still be our motto, but our vision and our mission will come from Inspired Learning, Leading and Living.”

  • Cheerleaders to school board: Let us to go to nationals

    The day before Collins High School was set to celebrate its KHSAA Class AAAA football state title, another group of students approached the school board to discuss a decision not to allow them to compete in a national competition.

  • School board to look at MAP scores

    The final round of MAP testing scores for the past school year will be reviewed by the Shelby County School Board on Thursday night.

    Deputy Superintendent Lisa Smith will present the scores to the board, for a spring-to-spring comparison as an indication of how students have progressed in their academic year.

  • Shelby County School Board: Weather forces change in Northside work

    The Shelby County Board of Education had a late addition to the agenda for Thursday’s meeting at the Area Technology Center.

    The board, after approving a revised agenda, approved the expenditure of up $40,000 on wet soil removal and replacement at the site of the Northside Early Childhood Center project. The vote was taken before a change order was submitted, which is allowable, because of  the timeliness of the project. The change order will be submitted at the board’s next meeting.

  • 3 Shelby teams make Odyssey world finals

    Shelby County schools had 15 teams qualify for the state Odyssey of the Mind competition last weekend at Northern Kentucky University, and three of them took home championships to advance to the world finals in May at Michigan State University.

    “It was great. We had one team at each level advance, and we had another five teams finish in third place, just missing qualifying for the world finals,” said Teresa Walther, the Talented and Gifted teacher for East and West middle schools.