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Education

  • GED testing available at Perry Central

    LEOPOLD – Perry Central Community School Corp. will offer GED testing to Indiana residents who need their certificate for employment, college classes or personal satisfaction.
    Two evenings are required for completion of the entire set and pre-registration is mandatory. Test sessions are not available in July due to summer break. But will be offered on a first-come, first serve basis Aug. 6 and Aug. 13.
    Those wishing to test must be at least 16 years old and show proof of Indiana residency. The cost is $70 for the complete examination.

  • South Perry Head Start’s day at the quarry

    The children of South Perry Head Start Classroom 2 discussed spring, weather and recycling in April. The students invited special role models to go on a field trip to Mulzer Tower Quarry during the month. While there, they explored a loader with tires taller than themselves.

  • Playground fun

    Lincoln Hills Development Corp. Early Head Start children and their families enjoy a day out in the park recently.

    Pictured are Melissa Tanner and Alexzander Gieseke having fun on the playground equipment. Early Head Start participants meet weekly for home visits and twice monthly for playtime, education and family activities. For more information, contact Kelly Luker at 619-1842 or 547-4850 Ext. 113.
     

  • Noble earns degree from Indiana University

    TELL CITY – Lindsey Marie Noble of Tell City recently graduated from Indiana University in Bloomington.

    She graduated from Indiana University with a bachelor’s in psychology and minors in biology and human development and family studies.
    While attending Indiana University, Noble was a member of the Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity and assisted in the Cognitive Development Research Lab.
    She participated in the Milestones Incredible Years Program working with children with behavioral disorders.

  • Openings in 3-year-old class at Stepping Stones

    LEOPOLD — Stepping Stones Preschool, located in the St. Augustine Catholic Church Parish Hall basement seeks to provide a positive educational experience for 3- and 4-year-olds, preparing them for elementary school.
    Each week your child will be introduced to a new letter of the alphabet, with each letter will be a theme involving games, hands-on activities, arts and crafts, songs and writing activities to enrich your child’s cognitive, physical, creative and social-emotional development. Each month children will be introduced to a new color, shape and number.

  • Local high-school student attend program at U.S. Naval Academy

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. – The U.S. Naval Academy invited a select group of approximately 2,550 young men and women from around the nation and abroad to attend the Naval Academy Summer Seminar program this year. Sydney Ann Goffinet, a student at Perry Central Junior-Senior High School, will participate in the 2013 U.S. Naval Academy Summer Seminar program.

  • Chrisney HS 1956

    The Chrisney High School Class of 1956 held its 57th reunion at the Patio in Tell City June 1 with 15 classmates present.

    They are, in the front from the left, Charlotte (Fleischman) Weber, Marjorie (Graham) Mullem, Marie (Rhoades) Kundard and Marjorie (Taylor) Price. In the second row are Ruth (Hall) Terry, Judy (Engelbrecht) Sweeney, Barbara (Shourds) Woelfl and Laverne (Hughes) Williams. In the back are Kenny Phillips, Jim Shelby, Glen Meyer, Jim Stevens SR, Earl Sibrel, Loren Atkinsons, Ralph Davis and Ronnie McDowell.

  • Head Start’s King Candy Creativity Wall

    The children of LHDC North Perry Head Start benefited from the donations of the family and friends of Bobby Schraner.

  • Malone earns degree from IU

    BLOOMINGTON – Aaron Ross Malone graduated from Indiana University May 4 with a bachelor’s degree in human biology with a concentration in human health and disease, minors in chemistry and psychology and a certificate in business foundations from the Kelley School of Business.

  • TC Junior-Senior High School holds annual Honor Program

    TELL CITY – Tell City Junior-Senior High School hosted its annual honor program May 6. There were 137 students recognized at the program, which was held in the school auditorium. Principal Brad Ramsey welcomed students, parents and invited guests. Following the program, light refreshments were served in the Red Apple Inn.