• Fall festival raises $3,000 for Robert B. Turner Elementary

    More than 500 students, parents and community members attended the annual Titan Fall Festival fundraiser Nov. 11 to participate in games, bid on baskets and ultimately raise money for Robert B. Turner students.
    Tanya Cook, treasurer of the Parent Teacher Organization, said the fall festival is something that’s been held every year since Robert B. Turner opened in 2002.
    “It gets bigger and better every year,” she said. “By six o’ clock, it was booming.”

  • Emma B. Ward holds Veterans Day program
  • Five middle school students attend ACDA choir

    Five students from ACMS were selected to perform at the Kentucky American Choral Directors’ Association (KYACDA) Honor Choir.  
    This is the first time ACMS has had students audition for this choir in recent years. Students selected performed difficult music and worked with nationally recognized choral teachers.
    Two students were selected for the fifth and sixth grade children’s choir, and three students were selected for the SSA junior high choir.

  • Christian Academy names honor students

    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg named the following middle and high school students to its honor roll for first quarter.

    Honors: GPA 3.69-3.50
    Mason Eichhorn, 6
    Teri Crutcher, 9
    Caleb Hatton, 9
    Elishah Black, 11

    High Honors: GPA 3.99-3.70
    Christian Weeks, 6
    Jeremiah Robinson, 6
    Blaine Carpenter, 6
    Asa Brown, 7
    Payton Mckinney, 8
    Dillon Harper, 9
    Shaylyn Burton, 11
    Brittney Casey, 11

    Administrator’s Commendation: GPA 4.00

  • Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg honors local veterans
  • Meet the classroom: 11-16-11
  • Anderson County Schools earn spot on AP Honor Roll

    Anderson County Schools was one of five Kentucky districts to be designated as a member of the College Board’s second annual AP District Honor Roll for significant gains in Advanced Placement access and student performance.
    The AP District Honor Roll nationally recognizes and acknowledges districts’ successes and efforts to expand AP access, performance and commitment to increasing student achievement.
    Only 367 districts were selected nationwide this year. Inclusion on the second annual AP District Honor Roll is based on the following criteria:

  • Meet the classroom: 11-9-11
  • Fantastic 4-H Club holds meeting

    The Fantastic 4-H Club met Oct. 19 at Robert B. Turner Elementary.
    The meeting was called to order by our club president, Jade McEndree. The American Pledge was led by Gracie Snider and the 4-H Pledge was led by Gaven Jenkins. Members answered roll call by answering what each student’s favorite color was.
    The club secretary, Alex Carpenter, read the minutes from last meeting. The program for the day was titled “Let’s Go To Kentucky.”

  • Ward Elementary announces honor rolls

    The following students were named to the “A” and “A-B” honor rolls for the first nine-week marking period at Emma B. Ward Elementary School.
    Also included are students who had perfect attendance.
    All names were provided by the school.

    Mrs. Hudson’s Homeroom

    All A’s
    Hadley Bunton
    Tavion Crayon
    Kaylee Hawkins
    Brody Hopper
    Makayela Lewis
    Tyler Miller
    Chase Smith
    Zane Wampler
    Kayla West

    All A’s and B’s