September 2, 2014

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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.


GATES students host learning academy Print E-mail

PCHS student Morgan Sydnor works with a group of fourth grade students to create a safety net for an egg which they are going to drop from the balcony.

PCHS freshman Jesse Witt teaches students the art of stage combat using balloon swords.

Freshman GATES students at PCHS have worked with Mrs. Lustenberg on Thursdays throughout the year. The last project of the year for these students was a service learning effort. The students decided to work in pairs to create challenging lesson plans with appropriate learning targets and offer this learning experience to fourth graders in the district.

NJROTC cadets take orientation trip Print E-mail

The Pendleton County High School NJROTC unit’s 2013 orientation trip from May 1-5 included visits to the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in Parris Island and the city of Charleston, SC.

Southern's May Students of the Month Print E-mail

Southern's May Students of the Month: Front row, from left: Luke Gregg, Kameron Houston, Cryson Cook, Emma Conner, Meadow James. Second row: Ricky Turner, Troy Florence, Derek Mastin, Mason Wessel, James Young, Collier Brown, India Trimble, Alex Adams. Back row: Alyssa Daughtery, Adam Hensley, Caleb Rogers, Emily Cobb, Ashlee Lewis, Baileigh Tackett, Madison Ashdown. Not pictured: Lonnie Downing, Tevin Mudd, Savannah Jacobs, Ayden Bickel, Michael Amann. Way to show your Cardinal pride!


Southern Elementary's Annual Science Fair Print E-mail

Primary winners of the Southern Elementary Science Fair.

Intermediate winners of the Southern Elementary Science Fair.

Ready, set, present! Southern students had the opportunity to participate in the science fair on May 15.

Financial aid words students need to know Print E-mail

High school seniors headed to college this fall need to become familiar with some financial aid terms that they will probably hear. This list from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) may help.

• Accrue. This term, which means to increase or accumulate, is often used to refer to interest on loans. It means that the interest is added to your loan until the loan is fully paid.

Bronson Teague displays talented artwork Print E-mail

Bronson Teague, a fifth grader at Northern Elementary, has produced several paintings while working in the GATES program.

My name is Bronson Teague and I am in fifth grade at Northern Elementary.

My first paintings for this year in GATES were paintings with a Native American theme. I looked up pictures by Native American artists to help me get ideas.

Northern students receive awards Hollywood-style Print E-mail

Special awards were given to fourth and fifth grade students who made a "distinguished" last year on the KPREP test in any of the following subjects: math, reading or science. Students at Northern Elementary got to walk the red carpet in their Hollywood-like attire for the event. The presenters (staff) were also all decked in formal wear. Special guest singer was Tara Pierce. The student of the year as well as the certified and classified employees of the year were also announced. The student of the year was Samantha Verst. The certified employee of the year was Brenda Kells and the classified employee of the year was Phyllis Mason. Congratulations to these all-star achievers. Pictured above: Third grade teachers, Mrs. Jennifer Redden and Mrs. Tina Record, with some of the science distinguished award winners, from left, Mason Hornbeck, David Bay, Caroline Gruener, Isaac Rice, Jake Schaller.

PCHS Student Council installs new officers Print E-mail

The 2013-2014 Student Council Officer Team, from left: Jacob Johnson - treasurer, Madison Wirth - historian,  Abby Bex - vice president, Julia Holland - parliamentarian, Hannah Fields - president, Christine Philpott - recording secretary, Mackenzie Moore - attendance director, Eli Stahl - attendance director.  Not pictured: Erin Fitzpatrick, Mariah Haverbusch, Andrew Nordheim.

Pendleton County High School Student Council held their annual end of the year banquet on May 5, 2013. Lots of preparation went into this event by the officers and the banquet went smoothly and was enjoyed by all that attended.

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.


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