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Education

  • North Oldham’s Senior Stang keeps students on high alert

    Don’t be surprised if you see students popping out of bushes around Oldham County and spraying each other with water guns.
    For the third consecutive year, a senior class fundraising project at North Oldham High School has launched an end-of-the-semester water war.

  • Film student represents state at nationals

    Jaymeson Baker, a fourth grader at La Grange Elementary, has been chosen to represent Kentucky at the national level of the PTA Reflections Program.

    Baker received the “Award of Excellence” for film production at the state level.

     

  • Last king standing: Student named chess champion

    Tamm Omar, a student at Locust Grove Elementary, is the 2010 individual state chess champion for his division.

    Oldham County board of education members recognized Omar during a school board meeting April 25.

    Seven other Locust Grove students were recognized for winning top honors in the state K/1 chess tournament.

  • 32 students chosen as governor’s scholars

    Thirty-two students from local public schools have been selected as 2011 Kentucky Governor’s Scholars.

    Established in 1983, the scholars program offers a summer residential experience, liberal arts programming and co-curricular activities at three different Kentucky university campuses for rising high school seniors.

  • Seibold bound for Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science

    Thomas Seibold, a student from South Oldham High, has been selected to attend the Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science.
    Students earn college credits and finish their high school requirements while staying on Western Kentucky University’s campus.
     

  • St. Francis celebrates students’ good deeds

    Students at St. Francis School in Goshen were rewarded for their good deeds with a celebration and concert Friday.
    Students gathered in the school auditorium and watched as their schoolmates gave presentations about their class service projects.

  • Tree-hugging tykes

    “Oh what would we do, what would we do if there were no trees?”
    The question comes from a children’s song about tree preservation, something students at Harmony Elementary know all about. They had a special Arbor Day program to celebrate trees and the environment last week.

  • Ross named principal of EOMS

    The East Oldham Middle School site-based decision-making council has selected a new principal.

    Associate principal Jim Ross will serve as principal effective July 1. Ross will replace Lynda Redmon who plans to retire after seven years as EOMS principal.

    Ross has served as associate principal and athletic director at East Oldham Middle School since it opened in 2005.

  • Kantor promoted in U.S. Air Force civil air patrol

    Justin Kantor has been promoted to Cadet Airman in Civil Air Patrol and received the Major General John F. Curry Achievement Award.
    The award is named in honor of Civil Air Patrol’s first national commander during the early days of World War II.
    The ceremony took place recently at the U.S. Army Reserve Center, located at Bowman Field.

  • Folding 1,000 cranes for a cause

    Sixth-grade students at St. Francis School in Goshen are spreading their wings, and some paper, to reach out to Japan in the country's time of need.
    This past fall, students read two books, "Hiroshima" and "One Thousand Paper Cranes," as part of a study about the atomic bombings of Japan by the United States.