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Education

  • Education - Students hit the right notes at TES

     

    If music can solve the savage beast, can it do the same to a few hundred rowdy kids?

    It did last Thursday at Taylorsville Elementary School. Members of the school’s chorus and percussion ensemble entertained the study body, who thoroughly enjoyed the sounds of their classmates and a few guests.

    TES Music Teacher Erin Kelley teaches children from Kindergarten through fifth grade, but also spends extra time with the ensemble and chorus who meet before and after school each week for practice.

  • Taylorsville Elementary Writers of the Month

    Pictured are the March Writers of the Month at Taylorsville Elementary School. They are: Mary Beth Taylor, Madison Ware, Stephen Perry, Kali Coleman, Trish Vires, Sydney Druin, Jenna Moore, Keziah Davis, Alexis Biller, Dylan Hilbert, Ethan Sherrard, Alexis King, Anna Hall, Clyde Shiley, Audri Humphrey, Symphony Sharp, Taylor Miles, Chase Waldridge, Angie Pequeno, Josh Taylor, Kellen Marksbury, Ella Brown, Clara Booth, Francie Jackson, Macy Nation, Ian Kuhner, Jayden Hagan and Lance McCubbins.

  • Taylorsville Elementary 9 Weeks Great Students

    Pictured are the March Great Students (9 Week’s GREAT) for Taylorsville Elementary School.

  • FFA Competes at WKU Field Day

     

    On April 21, the Spencer County FFA Farm Business Management team competed at the Western Kentucky University FFA Field Day. The team won first place in the contest that consisted of 12 other teams from across the state. Pictured are team members Zach Martin, Rachel Clark, Garrett Helm, and Zach Berry. The team members placed as the top four individuals with Berry being recognized as the overall high individual in the event. They will compete next at the state FFA convention held in June.

  • Taylorsville Elementary Leadership Students

     

  • Taylorsville Elementary Students of the Month

     

    The students pictured maintained exemplary behavior for the month of March. They are: Eli Thompson, A.J. Peterman, Ivan Lester, Morgan Owens, Jesse Johnson and Blair Shivers. They ate lunch with their counselor and received a Tiger Pride T-shirt.

  • Five Spencer Countians named to GSP

     

  • Help available for college planning

    Gene Weis is available to assist Spencer County schools, students, parents and groups that want help with college planning.
    He is available year-round to provide free higher education and financial aid assistance. Weis can lead students in career exploration activities, assist with the admissions application process, help students explore scholarship opportunities and other funding options, guide families through submission of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and increase motivation for at-risk students.

  • Several local Western Kentucky students named to dean's and president's list

    Several local students were recently named to the Western Kentucky University dean’s and president’s list.
    Students making the Dean’s List have a grade-point average of 3.4 to 3.79 in a 4.0 scale. Students on the President’s List have GPAs of 3.8 to 4.0 and are indicated by an asterisk.
    To be eligible for the either list, students must have at least 12 hours of coursework that semester.
    Local students recognized were:

  • TES perfect attendance

    The following Taylorsville Elementary School students had perfect attendance in December:

    Ms. Santo
    Alexis Barrick, Abbigail Boarders, Noah Campbell, Tylan Haydon, Emma Mattingly, Boston McClain, Alexander Peterman, Silas Tackett, Grayson Tipton.

    Ms. Sztanya
    Christian Davis, Cali Hornback, Clinton Hutchingson, Abigail Linger, Lucas Martin, Sydney Smith, Jonathan Struck, Joshua Taylor, Aiden Thacker, Akira Vires.