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Education

  • Taylorsville Elementary School announces honor roll for second nine weeks

    Taylorsville Elementary School recently released its honor roll for the second nine weeks.

    Principals Honor Roll
    All “A”

    Ms. Buynak
    Alexis Biller, Kerrigan Catlett, Bonnie Hou, Addison Raque, Cameron Smith, Carmelo Spencer, Kaydence Tipton, Hayley Wethington.

    Ms. Catlett
    Tristen Cook, Alyssa Hitch, Lillian Husband, Jayden Tomes, Kristian Tucker, Kelsey VanKannel.

    Ms. Martin
    Issac Bruck, Jeremiah Knight, Kaelin Koppel, Emily Roberts, Lily Smith.

  • TES names students with perfect attendance for December

    Taylorsville Elementary School recently released the names of its students who had perfect attendance in December.

    Perfect Attendance
    December 2012

    Ms. Hickerson
    Dalton Clark, Casey DeSilvey, Mason Grubb, Kaydee Horner, Brittany Nethery.

    Ms. Pence
    Savannah Baldwin, Jakahri Brown, Lillian Chesnut, Jaxen Coulter, James Gilbert, Ayvah Hall, Kasey Moffett, Jenna Moore, Gracie Searcy, Leland Smearcheck, Alexandrea Thompson.

    Ms. Sztanya

  • New, existing National Board Certified teachers recognized

    The district’s newest and existing National Board Certified teachers were recognized at Monday night ‘s board of education meeting for their accomplishments. Becoming National Board Certified can take years and includes  rigorous self reflection and research. Spencer County Middle School social studies teacher Duane McClain was not present, but also renewed his certificate in early adolescence social studies - history.

  • PHOTO: TES December Students of the Month

    Taylorsville Elementary School’s December Students of the Month are Brayden Mudd, Faithe Foltmann (not pictured), AJ Cole, Desmund Stubbs, Carter Pierce and Yeismar Perez.

  • PHOTOS: Spencer County Elementary Star Students

    The PTA of Spencer County Elementary School began a program this school year entitled Star Students. The PTA asks teachers to choose a student from their classroom who demonstrates the following: academic growth, doing their personal best in everything they do, positive attitude toward peers and teachers, appropriate behavior or improvement of behavior. Pictured are the students chosen as the star student for their classrooms for the months of October and November.

  • Vowels earns nursing degree at UK

    Lindsey Katherine Vowels of Taylorsville, daughter of Pete and Dianne Vowels, was awarded a degree from the University of Kentucky College of Nursing at a special recognition ceremony held Dec. 14, 2012.
    The UK College of Nursing offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, as well as two doctoral programs, the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) and Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing (PhD).

  • Hall named to Butler University dean’s list

    Jordan Hall, a history and political science major and a resident of Taylorsville, is on Butler University’s dean’s list for the fall semester of the 2012-2013 academic year. Recipients range from freshman to sixth-year pharmacy students.
    Degree-seeking undergraduate students at Butler who carry at least 12 academic hours in a given semester are eligible for the dean’s list in the college in which they are enrolled.

  • Grantz named to Sewanee dean’s list

    Michael Grantz of Fisherville has been named to the dean’s list at the University of the South, familiarly known as Sewanee, for the Advent 2012 term. To earn a place on Sewanee’s dean’s list, a student must earn a minimum grade point average of 3.625 on a 4.0 scale.
    Grantz is the child of Julie and William K. Grantz.

  • Devine named to Bellarmine dean’s list

    Maverick Devine was recently named to the fall semester dean’s list of the W. Fielding Ruble School of Business at Bellarmine University. He is a son of Rick and Connie Devine and a graduate of Spencer County High School.

  • January is School Board Recognition Month

    The students, faculty, staff and administrators of the Spencer County Public Schools are saluting this community’s elected education leaders during January in Kentucky’s 18th annual observation of School Board Recognition Month.