April 19, 2014

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College students should take advantage of their meal plan Print E-mail

Many colleges require students to have a meal plan, especially if they live on campus. Meal plans vary among colleges, but most will give students a certain number of dining hall meals per week and the option of adding flex dollars that students can use at the campus food court or other locations. The larger the school is, the greater flexibility students may have.

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Private loans bridge gap between college costs, student aid Print E-mail

Many sources of financial aid are available to help college-bound students pay higher education expenses, including federal and state grants, scholarships and Federal Stafford and PLUS Loans. In addition, merit-based scholarships and need-based grants are often available at the local level, according to the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).

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Morgan Bay completes Governor's School for the Arts Program Print E-mail

MORGAN BAY

This summer, The Kentucky Center hosted over two hundred eager young artists from every region of the commonwealth, as The Kentucky Center Governor’s School for the Arts (GSA) took place at Lexington’s Transylvania University from June 23 to July 13.

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North FRYSC gearing up for the 2013-2014 school year Print E-mail

It’s just around the corner…the beginning of a new school year! After a short and much needed break, the girls at the North Family Resource/Youth Services Center have been planning, purchasing, scheduling, copying and stuffing student packet envelopes and more as they are preparing for their upcoming back to school events/presentations for both Northern Elementary and Phillip A. Sharp Middle School.

The following are dates and times for the upcoming events in case you would like to mark your calendar ahead of time:

Phillip Sharp Middle School - “Camp Wildcat” for sixth graders on Tuesday, August 6, 1:30 - 6 p.m.

Northern Elementary - “Camp Kindergarten” on Friday, August 9, 1 - 3 p.m.

Northern Elementary - “Ready Fest” on Friday, August 9, 3 - 6 p.m.

As the event approaches, you will be receiving information by an “All Call.” As for Camp Wildcat, (sixth grade transition program) and/or Northern Elementary students, they will be receiving their student packet and “Camp K” registration forms in the mail prior to Camp Kindergarten and Ready Fest in order to have time to complete the forms and bring with them as they meet their teacher at Ready Fest.

All new registering students will receive their student packets at the time of registration or may inquire at their school after school begins. All inquiries please call us: North FRYSC at (859) 472-5518.

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PCEF distributes checks to Sharp scholarship recipients Print E-mail

Pictured from left: Wyatt Hatton, Mariah Moore, PCEF President Myron Doan.

Mariah Moore and Wyatt Hatton recently received the Sharp Family and Class of 1962 Scholarships from Myron Doan, president of the Pendleton County Education Foundation. The Sharp Scholarships are valued at $6,000 per year for a total commitment of $24,000 per student.

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Gateway awards scholarships Print E-mail

Gateway Community and Technical College has awarded 113 scholarships to currently enrolled students for the 2013-2014 academic year.

“We are pleased that due to the generosity of our donors we are able to offer scholarships to a wide variety of students, including single parents, minority students and students showing academic promise,” said Ed Hughes, Gateway president and CEO.

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Pendleton County FFA attends state convention Print E-mail

Pictured from left, front row: Ms. Antrobus, Sierra Pfefferman, Zach Rogers, Autumn Pugh, Clay Thompson, Missy Combs, Christina Herron, Sabrina Sebastian, Shannon Carey. Back row: Doug Eglian, Mason Taylor, Dakota Barnes, Kiley Monfils, Courtney Moore, Katie Lawson.

The Pendleton County FFA chapter attended the 84th Kentucky FFA State Convention earlier in June. The convention started on Tuesday, June 11 and lasted until Thursday, June 13.  Throughout the week, students

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Don't be taken in by something that sounds too good to be true Print E-mail

Parents of college-bound students often hear from companies that promise to help them find financial aid to pay for college. But families don’t have to pay for this kind of information, according to the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).

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Money management tips for students Print E-mail

Students need to know how to manage money and to make it grow. Knowing what to do with your money helps you manage your income and expenses throughout your life. These tips from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) will help.

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Local students make dean's list Print E-mail
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