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Education

  • Mastering Mollie
  • KYTC Graduated Driver License course now offered online

    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet recently announced an online version of the Graduated Driver License course for teaching safe driving techniques to beginning drivers.

    The online program represents a fourth option for completing the course, which is required before a learner’s permit can be replaced with an unrestricted driver’s license.

    Until now, three options were available:

    ·A four-hour Graduated Driver License course provided by KYTC in the driver’s home county.

  • Doss graduates from Campbellsville University’s School of Education

    Donna Hedgepath, dean of the Campbellsville University School of Education, told the School of Education graduates God has a purpose and plan for their lives at the group’s recent pinning and hooding of graduates in Campbellsville Baptist Church.

    Hedgepath told the students they can make a difference.

    “We are here for you. You can make a different in the life of a child. God has a purpose for your life, and each child you teach represents God and is worthy of potential,” she said.

  • CAL Pet Day

    Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg elementary students celebrated the end of the school year with their 15th Annual Pet Day. Dogs outnumbered all other pets. Unlike several years ago when there were 10 puppy adoptions, CAL Pet Day left the adoptions this year to the Anderson Humane Society, which has lots of great dogs and cats who need wonderful homes.

  • Story time
  • Lawrenceburg teachers receive Excellence in Teaching Awards

    Campbellsville University honored 166 teachers from 58 school districts throughout Kentucky by receiving the Campbellsville University Excellence in Teaching Award Saturday, May 10 at the Ransdell Chapel on the CU campus.

    Bill Goodman, host of “Kentucky Tonight” and “One to One” on Kentucky Educational Television, spoke to the approximate 400 teachers and their guests by discussing “What is a teacher for?”

  • Anderson students are honored

    Campbellsville University Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Frank Cheatham has announced the academic honors’ president’s list for the spring 2014 semester.

    Brittney Ann Casey, a sophomore, Kelsie Ann Doss, a senior, Huntley Tyler Hyatt, a senior, and Jacob Freeman Russell, a senior, were named to the list. They are all from Lawrenceburg.

  • CU names locals to dean’s list

    Campbellsville University Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Frank Cheatham has announced the academic honors’ dean’s list for the spring 2014 semester.

    Anna-Marie Hyatt, a sophomore from Lawrenceburg, and Hannah Nicole Pritchert, a senior from Lawrenceburg, were named to the list.

    The academic honors’ list recognizes students who achieve a grade point average of 3.50 or above for the semester with a course load of at least 12 hours.

  • Cunningham graduates from University of Louisville

    Allasandra Cunningham graduated from the University of Louisville on May 10, 2014.

    She is the daughter of Daryn and Stacie Harvey.  

    Cunningham attended UofL in the fall of 2010 after graduating from Anderson  County High School in May.

    She received the Woodford R. Porter scholarship from the university, which included full tuition paid and a $2,500  stipend. 

    Cunningham graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology  with a concentration in social science and a minor in justice administration. 

  • Speaking her mind