Madison Consolidated Junior High School teachers Yvonna Scott and Tracy Buchanan did their best to give students a good soaking to celebrate the start of summer. Tuesday was the last day of the school year for MCS students.
Four Courierarea students will attend the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership conference - HOBY- in June at Butler University.
Family and friends gathered Sunday to watch as students donning traditional black and gold gowns accepted diplomas and brought an end to their high school careers.
“Let your little bird fly,” Destiny Schroeder, Trimble County High School’s Class of 2015 president, told her fellow graduates at the school’s 103rd commencement ceremony Saturday.
Seventy-nine high school seniors walked into the Southwestern High School gymnasium Friday night for the last time as students before exiting with a new title – alumni.
students were honored Tuesday at a ceremony honoring academic
achievement. The event was held at Batesville High School.
Madison Consolidated High School seniors were recognized with scholarships, certificates and awards at the annual Senior Honor’s Day ceremony Friday at the high school.
The Southwestern High School Library recently celebrated another year of reading with its annual “Rosie” reading party and luncheon. This year, 97 students, and 17 teachers and staff members participated in the program with 68 meeting all the requirements to attend the year end celebration.
High School senior Angela Leap joined an exclusive club this year,
becoming just the third honoree in the history of Girls Inc. of
Jefferson County to be named a Lucile Miller Wright National Scholar.
High School’s Cub Manufacturing was named a second runner-up in the
Bridgestone Tire: Fuel the Cause contest, and will receive a $3,000.00
High School Hoosier Boys and Girls State delegates for 2015 include,
from left to right: Riley McGarry, Gabe McMahon, Karrington True and
alternate Grace Spencer.
All of Daniel Muir’s
6-foot-2, nearly-300 pound frame, contained by a bright orange collared
shirt and a pair of jeans, rocked back and forth as he stepped in
rhythm, first to the right and then to the left.
Four students from Trimble and Carroll counties were recently accepted into Kentucky’s 2015 Governor’s Scholars program.
Twenty?students experienced first-hand what it takes to pass a piece of legislation during Tuesday’s Madison City Council meeting, but they also saw first-hand how difficult it can be to reach a consensus.