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Outstanding in His Field - A Kentucky Adventure - Chapter 6 Print E-mail

Chapter 6

“What is that smell?” Chloe asked Pa as the nasty odor filled the truck.

“That’s cow manure,” Pa explained.

“Cow manure?” I repeated, unsure of what cow manure was but happy I wasn’t responsible for the rancid scent.

“Yes,” Pa confirmed, “cow manure.”

Mayor Hart visits third grade class at Southern Elementary Print E-mail

Mayor Mark Hart spoke to Southern’s third grade classes about government.

Northern's "Pawsitive Referrals" for September Print E-mail
Outstanding in His Field - A Kentucky Adventure - Chapter 5 Print E-mail

Chapter 5

“Pa! Bonnie’s sick!” I said, noticing something was wrong with the milk Bonnie the Brown Swiss was producing.

“Looks great to me,” Pa replied after examining Bonnie and her milk.

“Bonnie’s milk is white,” I said. “Bonnie is a Brown Swiss. Her milk should be chocolate!”

Plan may help with repaying federal student loans Print E-mail

Kentuckians who are having trouble repaying their federal student loans may want to check into the Pay As You Earn plan, according to the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).

Financial aid has its own language Print E-mail

As high school seniors and their parents begin the college financial aid process, they may find themselves faced with unfamiliar terms. This short glossary from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) may help.

• Conversion scholarship/loan. This type of financial aid requires recipients to provide certain services or pay back the funds with interest.

Outstanding in His Field - A Kentucky Adventure - Chapter 4 Print E-mail

Chapter 4

“What’s the matter, Woody?” Chloe asked. “Why are you cowered in the floorboard of the truck?”

“Are you scared of that bull in the field,” Mr. Tom asked. I nodded, but he said, “That bull’s in the pen and couldn’t get you if he tried.”

PCHS FCA meets at the pole Print E-mail

Pendleton County High School FCA sponsored "See You At The Pole" on Wednesday, September 25.  It was a moment for teens to gather at their school’s flagpole to pray for the school, their community and the leaders.

The Pendleton County High School Fellowship of Christian Athletes sponsored the annual "See You At the Pole" on Wednesday, September 25.

NJROTC cadets take on the Mud-Stash Challenge Print E-mail

Fifty-four Pendleton County High School Navy JROTC cadets and chaperones tackled the Mud-Stash Challenge on Saturday, September 7 at Perfect North Slopes near Lawrenceburg, Indiana.

PCHS graduates named Sen. Jeff Green Scholars Print E-mail

Nine 2013 graduates of Pendleton County High School have been named Senator Jeff Green Scholars by the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) for outstanding academic performance in high school. Students earn this designation by achieving a 4.0 grade point average each year of high school and scoring at least a 28 composite on the ACT.


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