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Education

  • Saffell Street fourth graders named to honor roll
  • Science buffs receive top honors during fair
  • Robert B. Turner Elementary names students to honor roll

    The following students were named to the Turner Elementary honor rolls for the second nine weeks.

    Fourth grade
    All A’s
    James Adams
    Sarah Baker
    RJ Bernot
    Jessica Brothers
    Colten Courrejolles
    Seth Davis
    Lakelynn Dillon
    Lexie Dodd
    Jade Doyle
    Lauren Emmons
    Lexi Fields
    Bryce Foster
    Isaiah Gettelfinger
    Mackenzie Glass
    Ashley Hall
    Jayden Hart
    Bryson Inabnitt
    Cameron Jones
    Emma Karpowich
    Annaliese Luna

  • Education briefs: 2-26-14

    Saffell Street requests community input
    on principal search
    The site-based decision making (SBDM) Council at Saffell Street Elementary is inviting the community to provide input on what kind of principal they’d like to see at Saffell, according to a news release.
    The council hopes to name a principal by May, according to Superintendent Sheila Mitchell.

  • Parent forum on children with special needs set for March 6

    The Anderson County school district, in partnership with Anderson Community Education, will be hosting a parent forum for students with special needs on March 6 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Anderson County health department.
    According to event organizers, the forum will be set up as a “fair,” with parents free to move from table to table to receive more information on a variety of agencies and their resources.

  • Medtech students gather at capitol

    Elizabeth Casey of Lawrenceburg, a senior medical lab technology student at Medtech College, recently met with state Rep. Kim King during Career Day held Feb. 11, according to a news release.
     Four senior students from Medtech participated in the event, which is sponsored by the Kentucky Association of Career Colleges and Schools and was held at the capitol in Frankfort.

  • Academy student receives ‘Spirit of Community’ award

    Ethan Gray, a student at the Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg, has been honored for his exemplary volunteer service with a Certificate of Excellence from The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, and with a President’s Volunteer Service Award granted by the program on behalf of President Barack Obama, according to a release.
    Presented annually by Prudential Financial in partnership with the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards honors young people across America for outstanding service.  

  • Anderson County Extension offers March and April classes

    The following courses will be offered at the Anderson County Extension Office for March and April. To register, call 502-839-7271

    Learn to Cook
    Meal planning, shopping, food safety, and simple recipes for adults. Classes held at the Open Hands Food Pantry. Great utensils and cookbook for participants. Limited to eight participants. March 13 and April 17 at 10 a.m.

    Taking Control of Your             Diabetes    

  • Transportation Cabinet offering scholarships for engineering-tech students

    Kentucky Press News Service
    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will award up to 30 new scholarships for the 2014-2015 school year for students pursuing civil engineering and civil engineering technology degrees.
    As many as 20 competitively awarded scholarships for the civil engineering program will be awarded for students to attend the University of Kentucky, University of Louisville, Western Kentucky University or Kentucky State University.

  • Seventh grader spells her way to first victory

    After the first round, the district spelling bee came down to seventh grader Kayla West and Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg sixth grader Colin Charles.
    All other participants competing that night in the Anderson County High School auditorium had already misspelled a word and were knocked out the competition.
    The only ones left were West and Charles, West remembered last Friday.
    “I spelled two words right, and that was pretty much it,” she said.