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Education

  • Farm-to-table returns to St. Francis gala

    For the second year in a row, food from several local farms will highlight a farm-to-table dinner fundraiser for St. Francis school in Goshen.

    The “Our Good Earth” Gala, an annual event for the school, will take place this Saturday on the front field of the Goshen school’s campus.

    The fundraiser helps support athletics and other after school programs at St. Francis, a private school that uses its Goshen campus for elementary and middle school students.

  • Education Briefs Oct. 10

    Parent Workshop

    Operation: Parent continues its Wake Up and Smell the Coffee seminar series on Monday, Oct. 14, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. with a session on “Staging a Successful School Year for the ADHD/LD Student,” presented by Shelia Palmer, ADHD/LD Coach at 1350 N. Highway 393 in La Grange. Register online at www.operationparent.org. Cost is $10 per person. For more information, please call (502) 265-9045.

     

    Behavior Workshop

  • OCS Scores Well on State Tests

    Recently realeased data shows the majority of Oldham County Schools have once again scored well above the average on state testing.

    The district as a whole scored in the 96th percentile, ranking as distinguished, the top ranking the state gives.  District superintendent Will Wells said he was proud of the overall work of the county.

  • Liberty Elementary Marks 90 Years

     Students and teachers at Liberty Elementary School celebrated the school’s 90th Birthday this past week. They signed a wall in Liberty Elementary designed to be a birthday cake and the school had events all last week for their birthday, including wearing 90 things in one day and dressing like an 90-year-old day.

  • Goshen Fall Festival

     

  • Literacy Night

     

  • GSP Reunion

     

  • NOHS Students of the Month

     

  • SOHS Hosts Band Competition

     The Dragon Classic Marching Band Competition will be held on Oct. 5, beginning at 10 a.m. at the South Oldham High School campus. Twelve marching bands from across the state will perform their halftime shows in competition in SOHS’s Dragon Stadium. Over 1,500 participants are expected. The event is a fundraiser for South Oldham’s band program. For more information, call Sue Bird at (502) 243-1429.

  • South Oldham Rotary Honors Two

     The South Oldham Rotary Club had the pleasure of honoring the South Oldham Rotary September Students of the Month at their Sept. 13th meeting.