July 31, 2014

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University of Kentucky 4-H/FFA Field Day well attended Print E-mail

Pendleton County FFA attended the University of Kentucky 4-H/FFA Field Day at Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington.

Nearly 1,200 students representing 48 schools from across the Commonwealth attended the 43rd annual University of Kentucky 4-H/FFA Agriculture Field Day. This event, hosted by the College of Agriculture and the Department of Community and Leadership Development, took place at Commonwealth Stadium.  The field day events assessed student’s content knowledge in the areas of agriculture, food, and natural resources. Twenty-eight competitive events assessed students’ core academic knowledge in the area of agriculture.

Sharp Middle School KJHS wins at State Print E-mail

Front row from left: Holley Hart, Gracie Lustenberg, Alyssa Bayless, Cullen Beard, Logan Pennington, Sarah Monroe, Carson Delk, Alex Tillett. Back row: Morgan McKinney, Seth Longworth, Andrew Hicks, Sadie Weaver, Evan Hartzel, Mitchell Brinkdoepke.

The Kentucky Junior Historical Society (KJHS) is an outreach program of the Kentucky Historical Society (KHS) that encourages the youth of Kentucky to appreciate and understand the people, places and events that have given Kentucky its own unique place in history. Since 1961, KJHS has operated through a network of chapters, which are generally organized at the school level and led by a teacher.  The Phillip A. Sharp Middle School Chapter is organized through the GATES program with Mrs. Lustenberg as sponsor.

Northern's Stock Market Simulation winners Print E-mail

Pictured from left are the Stock Market Simulation top money earners: Colby Beane, Noah Beck, Porter Hedenberg, Mason Hornbeck.

Fifth grade GATES students at Northern Elementary participated in a six week stock market simulation as part of an economics unit during their GATES sessions with Mrs. Lustenberg.

Southern students support St. Jude Math-A-Thon Print E-mail

Students at Southern Elementary celebrated their participation in completing the St. Jude Math-A-Thon, April 26, 2013. Students in grades K - 5 who participated received pledges from people to complete a math workbook.

NES Bobcat Survivor-themed Cat's Meow Review Day Print E-mail

Every year before KPREP State Testing Northern Elementary does a major testing theme and review day for students in grades third - fifth. This year the testing prep theme was Survivor and students participated for the last month in challenges to get rewarded.

Students win honors at art competition Print E-mail

Congratulations to Taelor McMillin (left) and Tori Wanstrath (right) for winning honors at the KyAEA All State Visual Art Competition.

Northern welcomes famous rope jumper Print E-mail

Mark Rothstein prepares Northern Elementary kindergartners for a rope jump-a-thon.

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

On April 16, 2013 Northern Elementary hosted Mark Rothstein, who holds the Guinness World Record for rope jumping, a feat he accomplished by jumping rope for a continuous 36 hours. In 2011 Mr. Rothstein was elected to the National Fitness Hall of Fame.

Southern's A.M. and K - 2nd Students of the Month Print E-mail

Southern Elementary Students of the Month for April, grades kindergarten - second and A.M. preschool. Front row, pictured from left: Carson Klaber, Emma Snapp, Logan Cooper, Joey Butke, Brayden Marquardt, Jordan Wallace. Second row: Katie Wright, Jackson Moore, Carleigh Hitch, Jasmine Johns, Janet Clifford. Back row: Jeanna Craig, Jordan Colvin, Emmie Dunn, Mary Mounts, Samarra Morgan, Zeth Campbell. Not pictured: Eden Murphy. Way to go Cardinals!


Southern's P.M. and 3rd - 5th Students of the Month Print E-mail

Southern Elementary Students of the Month for April, grades third - fifth and P.M. preschool. Front row, pictured from left: Dalton George, Shaye Jenkins, Madison Smallwood. Second row: Will Burke, Emily Bertram, Bethany Michael, Trey Price. Back row: Elizabeth Woodruff, Trinity Workman, Dalton Schlueter, Grace Gruner, Harley Tomlin. Not pictured: Brinna Hatton, Delaney Aulick. Way to go Cardinals!


Northern fourth graders attend 4H Environmental Camp Print E-mail

The fourth graders at Northern Elementary left school for 4H Environmental Camp, Friday, April 12 and Saturday, April 13, in Carlisle, Ky. While there, students dissected owl pellets, took nature hikes, did a pond study, and many other experiments!


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