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Education

  • Tell City Junior-Senior High to hold honors program today at school

    TELL CITY – Tell City Junior-Senior High School announced it will hold its annual honors program for students in grades 7-12 at 7 p.m. today in the school auditorium.

  • Head Start students focus on dental health

    Children at the Lincoln Hills Development Corp. South Perry Head Start Classroom 1 enjoyed activities that centered around dental health during February. The children brushed boiled eggs that had been soaked in soda so they could see the benefits of brushing their teeth. For further information about South Perry Head Start, contact Yvonng Holmes at 547-8463.
     

  • William Tell earns honors at constitution contest in Indianapolis

    INDIANAPOLIS – Fifth-graders at William Tell Elementary School achieved an “excellent” ranking in a We the People elementary showcase May 9 at the Union Station conference center in Indianapolis.

    The Indiana Bar Foundation hosted the competition for students to demonstrate their knowledge of the U.S. Constitution after a semester of study in their social studies classes.

  • Tell City High School afterprom success

    Tell City’s After Prom this year was held in the auxiliary gym and took place from 12:30 to 3:30 a.m. The theme was casino with blackjack and poker tables set up to play.

  • Tell City Junior-Senior High to hold honors program Monday

    TELL CITY – Tell City Junior-Senior High School announces it will hold its annual honors program for students in grades 7-12 at 7 p.m. Monday in the school auditorium.

  • Cannelton students participate in ACES walk

    Cannelton preschool through fifth-grade students, parents and community members participated in the annual All Children Exercising Simultaneously Walk recently. Shown are some of the faculty, staff and students at the end of their walk around the streets of Cannelton. They were treated to bottles of water at the William Bennett Early Learning Center. Refreshments were provided by Perry County Wellness Committee.
     

  • Baumeister set to graduate Kentucky Wesleyan

    TELL CITY – Cassandra Baumeister will graduate Saturday, May 14 from Kentucky Wesleyan College with a bachelor’s degree in education with an emphasis on special education K-12 and social studies.
    During her time at Kentucky Wesleyan College, she maintained a 3.40 grade average and was on the dean’s list for seven semesters.
    She was one of 38 nominees for the Oak and Ivy Award during the 2008-09 school year, of which four students received the award.
    She is currently working at Cannelton High School as a part-time teacher.

  • Hollinden awarded Raise the Lid honors

    The Tell City High School Renaissance Leadership Class selected Chris Hollinden as the recent Raise the Lid Award winner. He was nominated and chosen for being an outstanding assistant principal and coach for the track and cross-country teams.
     

  • TCJSHS students of the month

    The Students of the Month for April at Tell City Junior-Senior High School have been chosen. These students either have made improvements in their class or stood out to the staff. They are freshman Brennan Malone, sophomore Victoria Yuen, junior Rachel Braun and senior T.J. Dilger.
     

  • William Tell students mark Career Week

    William Tell Elementary hosted a career week beginning April 18. The first grade classes were fortunate to have five presenters during the week. Presenters were Trooper Mark Lemkuhler with his dog Brody, Sheriff Deputy Damion Marsh, Tell City Officers Bryce Hammack and Greg Linne, Tell City Junior-Senior High School science teacher Jay Johnson, former Tell City Mayor Walter Hagedorn, Registered Nurse Angela Malone and lawyer Walter Hagedorn Jr. The presenters discussed with the students the education required for their career along with other aspects of their jobs’ duties.