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Education

  • PC’s Up in One, Down in None students

    LEOPOLD – Perry Central Elementary School recently named their Up in One, Down in None students. The Captains Club rewarded students who raised at least one grade without letting any others fall, as well as any straight A students, with a pizza party.

     

     

  • Learning about the wonders under the sea

    During the month of March the children at the Lincoln Hills Development Corp. South Perry County Classroom 3 Head Start Center enjoyed activities that centered around the theme of “under the sea.” Students also learned about classifying sea animals. Draven Raley poses with an under-the-sea art project he created. For further information about Lincoln Hills Development Corp. South Perry County Head Start, contact Kelly Vogt at 547-9457.
     

  • Education news, May 26

    Stephens graduates U of L, OCTC
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Michelle Stephens, RN and BSN, graduated May 14 from University of Louis-ville with a bachelor’s degree in nursing with cum laude honors. Stephens also graduated from Owensboro Community and Technical College May 10 with an associate’s degree in science, where she graduated with academic distinction.

  • Scarboro graduates from WKU

    BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Jarrod Michael Scarboro graduated from Western Kentucky University May 13 with a bachelor’s degree in science. He ma-jored in systems management.

    Scarboro is a 1999 graduate of Tell City High School and a 2008 graduate of Owensboro Community and Technical College with an associate’s degree in applied science as a machinist.
    He is currently employed with Husky Corp., in Pacific, Mo., as a machinist. He lives in Union, Mo.

  • Cannelton High School inducts new National Honor Society members

    The 2011 Cannelton National Honor Society held an induction ceremony May 9 at St. John’s United Church of Christ in Cannelton. Ginger Conrad was the guest speaker. Her theme was facing adversities in your own lives. The new inductees are, from left, Dylan Schneider, Klint Ridener, Hunter Herzog, Allicyn Garrett, Larry Holman, Taylor Lawalin and Chris Troutman. National Honor Society sponsors are Janie Barnett and LIsa Grose.

  • Cannelton teachers pampered

    In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, Cannelton elementary’s Parent-Teacher Organization treated their certified staff to chair massages. Shown in the chair is first-grade teacher Mikki Garrett. Morgan Hale, who gave the massages, is a certified massage therapist and works at Tell City Therapeutic Massage LLC inside of Modern Reflections at 813 12th Street in Tell City.
     

  • Schools to offer food service

    CANNELTON – Cannelton City Schools plans to sponsor a free summer food service for individuals less than 18 years of age.
    The service will be held in the Cannelton High School cafeteria and will run from June 6 to July 22. The service will not be held July 4. Breakfast will be served from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. and lunch will be from 11 a.m. to noon.
     

  • Etienne attends Molecular Medicine In Action Seminar at Indiana University

    TELL CITY – Ariel Etienne, a student at Tell City Junior-Senior High School, was one of a select group of students who attended the March Molecular Medicine In Action program at Indiana University School of Medicine.

    This year 50 of Indiana’s best high-school science students were selected – from 220 applicants – for the two-day program, during which they worked alongside top research scientists learning hands-on laboratory techniques used in modem biomedical research.

  • Glory Bees track and field day

    A track and field day was held May 4 at Legion Field for Glory Bees Preschool students. Children enjoyed a fun day of running races, participating in the long jump and a softball throwing contest. All students were rewarded for their success with medals and ribbons. The events ended with students and their family members taking a lap around the track.
     

  • Tell City seniors to be honored

    TELL CITY – Tell City Junior-Senior High School will host a senior awards program at 1 p.m. Sunday in the school’s auditorium.
    In addition to awarding all scholarships, other prestigious honors will be presented.
    All graduates and their families, along with community members, students and staff are invited and encouraged to attend this important event.
    Some of the awards are confidential until announced at the program; therefore, students who may not be expecting an award still might receive one.