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Education

  • New NHS members to be inducted Friday

    Mary E. Baldock, math teacher at Spencer County High School, recently announced the newest members of the school’s chapter of the National Honor Society.
    “As the sponsor of the Spencer County High School Chapter of the National Honor Society, it gives me great pleasure to announce our new members,” Baldock said. “When you see these students, please offer your congratulations and let them know that they have been recognized for their outstanding scholarship, conduct, leadership and service to others.”
    New members are:

  • Three earn AS degrees from Mid-Continent University

    On Dec. 1, 2012, Dr. Robert Imhoff, president of Mid-Continent University, conferred degrees for approximately 360 students. Commencement ceremonies were held at Graves County High School in Mayfield.

    The following graduates from Spencer County received associate of science degrees:
    Alex Brown, Summa Cum Laude
    Jason Morgan Mobley, Cum Laude
    Tanya Yolanda Fluke, Summa Cum Laude

  • Campbellsville University names local students to President’s List

    Campbellsville University Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Frank Cheatham has announced the academic honors’ list for the fall 2012 semester.
    The following students have been named to Campbellsville University’s President’s List for fall 2012:
    Kayla Nicole Hood, a senior of Taylorsville, Ky.;
    Jessica Renee Karner, a junior of Taylorsville, Ky.;

  • PHOTOS: Three outgoing board members recognized

    Superintendent Chuck Adams bid farewell to three of the five Spencer County Board of Education members at the board’s December meeting.

    He thanked each for their service and gave each a commemorative gift. Members Scott Travis, Mary Ann Carden and Shannon Medley did not seek reelection in 2012 and their terms ended Dec. 31.

  • PHOTO: Jazz band brings ‘merry melodies’ to students during lunch hour

    Spencer County Middle School eighth grader Cole DeRudder played the trombone while dressed like Santa Claus during the lunch hour at the middle school recently. Members of the SCMS Jazz band performed to put students in the holiday spirit.
     

  • PHOTO: Riggs graduates from Western Kentucky

    Christopher Riggs, 22, graduated from Western Kentucky University’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing program this weekend. Riggs is a 2008 graduate of Spencer County High School. He is a son of Stanley and Phyllis Riggs. He has accepted a job at Bowling Green Medical Center in Bowling Green in the cardiac care unit.

  • PHOTO: TES November Students of the Month

    Pictured are Taylorsville Elementary School’s November Students of the Month. Students recognized include Savannah Baldwin , Clara Booth, Alexis Atcher, Emily Roberts, Haley Elmore, and Veronnica Blissett.

  • PHOTO: TES October Students of the Month

    Pictured are Taylorsville Elementary School’s October Students of the Month. Pictured are Madison Chesser, Alexandria Wheatley, Bonnie Hou, Christian Milburn and Keziah Davis. Stanley Shivers was also selected as a student of the month, but is not pictured.

  • Local students participate in mock legislative program
  • PHOTOS: TES drama club performs ‘A Bad Case of Stripes’

    Taylorsville Elementary School’s Fall Drama Club recently performed ‘A Bad Case of Stripes’ —   which tells the story of Camilla Cream, who’s obsession with what other people think of her causes her to break out in stripes. The presentation included third through fifth grade students. Pictured above are expert doctors played by Joe Tobaben and Audrey Hickerson. They are working to find out what is causing Camilla’s stripes. Camilla was played by Ella Steers.