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Education

  • CU graduates 612 in academic year; 416 in May graduations

    United States Rep. Ed Whitfield, R-Ky., urged Campbellsville University undergraduates to “work well and faithfully” as he addressed graduates in Powell Athletic Center.
    CU graduated 152 master’s students Friday night, May 2, in Ransdell Chapel, with 264 graduates Saturday morning, May 3, for a total of 416 students receiving their diplomas upon completion of all academic requirements. In CU’s December commencement, 196 received their diplomas for a total of 612 students in this year’s graduating class of 2013-2014.

  • WMES Principal search timeline is set

    West Marion Elementary School could have a new principal by Thursday, June 5.
    Benji Mattingly, who had been principal at West Marion Elementary School for almost nine years, resigned Friday, May 2.
    According to Marion County Superintendent Taylora Schlosser, the WMES site base decision making council will be screening applications May 28, and interviewing candidates June 2-3. The anticipated hire date is June 5, she said.
     

  • School board chairman resigns

    Michael Mullins resigned as the chairman of the Marion County Board of Education today, May 21.

  • Board’s approval of auditor contract not unanimous

    The Marion County Board of Education approved its auditor contract for the 2013-14 school year last week, but it wasn’t without some debate.
    Historically, the board has hired White and Company in Lebanon to complete auditing services, but recently several members of the board asked for the auditor contract to be put out for bid with the possibility of hiring a new auditor.

  • Arts Camp is July 14-18

    “Experimenting with the Arts” is the theme for this year’s Arts and Humanities Summer Camp, which will be held July 14-18.
    Sarah Martin and Jessica Floyd will be teaching students about music (instrumental and vocal). These classes will be held at Lebanon Elementary School. Also being held at Lebanon Elementary are art and drama classes, which will be taught by Charles Ramey and Kelli Stanford.
    Culinary arts will be held at the Marion County Extension office, along with a class on “where our food begins.”

  • Free training is offered this summer at Springfield campus

    Workforce Solutions at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, in partnership with Lincoln Trail Career Center, is offering free training for youth ages 17-21 this summer for a Certified Production Technician (CPT).
    The training, offered at no cost through a grant made possible by the National Fund for Workforce Solutions, will be held on the Springfield Campus.

  • MCHS Students of the Year
  • 5-21-14 School Menus

    BREAKFAST
    Monday, May 26: No school.
    Tuesday, May 27: Granola breakfast cookie and two toasts or assorted cereal and two toasts,
    Wednesday, May 28: Scrambled eggs and two toasts or assorted cereal and two toasts, banana, variety of juice, milk.
    Thursday, May 29: Milk gravy and biscuit or cereal and toast, applesauce, variety of juice, milk.
    Friday, May 30: Warm cinnamon roll and toast or assorted cereal and toast, peach cup, variety of juice, milk.

  • Hupman receives degree; earns full scholarship for master’s program
  • Pinning ceremony is held for 55 Carver School graduates

    “This is not a rite of passage, but rather an effort earned and successfully achieved by our graduating students,” Dr. Darlene Eastridge, dean of Campbellsville University’s Carver School of Social Work and Counseling, said during the Carver School of Social Work and Counseling pinning ceremony May 2 in The Gheens Recital Hall in the Gosser Fine Arts Center.
    Eastridge said the school is producing 55 graduates this semester.