July 28, 2014

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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

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).

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.

Local students make dean's list Print E-mail
PCHS "A" Honor Roll - 4th quarter Print E-mail

PCHS "A/B" Honor Roll - 4th quarter Print E-mail

PCHS Graduation Honors Print E-mail
Southern Elementary students make history Print E-mail

The following students were History Day winners: Technology - Dalton Schlueter, Kian Raleigh, Kacie Staten. 2-D Art - Zach Wyatt, Courtney Vater, Macey Wright, Matthew Miles, Addi Ramey. 3-D Art - Mallory Kordes, Savannah Tillett, James Wade, Mason Wessell.

United States History was the hot topic at Southern Elementary on Friday, May 17 as about 100 student projects graced the halls.

Betty Mains Memorial Scholarship for returning college students Print E-mail

The Betty Mains Memorial Scholarship is now available for application. This scholarship awards $200 per semester to a graduate of Pendleton County High School who is pursuing a degree at an accredited university or college and who will qualify as a college sophomore, junior or senior during the next school year.

Any Pendleton County High School graduate meeting the above criteria may stop by Pendleton County High School Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for an application or may email a request for the application to: debbie.glaza @pendleton.kyschools.us. The postmark or return deadline for the completed application is June 15.


Get your GED and save money! Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Adult Learning Center is excited to announce that the GED test will be given FREE of cost during the remainder of the month of May and all of June.  This is a limited time offer, so call today to request an appointment to get you started on your GED for FREE.

Additionally, a test is being offered on June 1 at Phillip Sharp Middle School for any eligible students. That’s a savings in gas as well as the $60 saved that would go towards the GED testing fee.

Call today (859) 654-3325 ext. 2603.



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