DISTRICT NEWS

Campbellsville High School will be hosting a Close the Deal event this Friday, October 24th in the CHS Gym.This event is in partnership with Lt. Governor Jerry Abrahamson, Kentucky Department of Education and Commissioner, Mr. Terry Holliday, Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority, and our local chamber of commerce and government officials.

The event will be for juniors and seniors and will allow students to outline skills and plans necessary for career opportunities and ultimately for future employment through conversations with experts as they plan their next steps after graduation. There are more than 40 colleges, universities, and business representatives scheduled to attend our event.

We value the support and involvement of many community members and local businesses that are making this event possible for our students and look forward to hosting Lt. Governor Jerry Abrahamson and Commissioner Holliday here at CHS on Friday.

For more information about Close the Deal, please contact Ms. Angie Russell at angie.russell@cville.kyschools.us or at (270)465-8774.

On Sunday afternoon, students from the CMS 8th grade leadership group took part in a service learning project at Brookside Cemetery.

Garrett Milby, KidFRIENDLy CCRC from West Point and Tulsa Welding graduate, shared information about welding careers and opportunities with CHS students. 

CISD's October Dare to Soar Award Recipient is CMS Instructional Assistant, Ashley White. Congratulations Ms. White!

The CMS Girls' Basketball team hosted the 4th annual 'Pink Out' to support breast cancer awareness on Monday, October 13th at Campbellsville University's Powell Gymnasium.  A large crowd was in attendance to honor the following breast cancer survivors:  Deausha Atkinson, Hollie Westbrook, Andrea Settle, Janet Pickett (represented by her daughter, Stacy Forbis) and Dana Gillenwater.  CMS girls played Taylor County girls in both 7th and 8th grade games.

Congratulations to this month's academic achievers!

Campbellsville High School Computer Science students have been getting hands-on experience with some of the most cutting-edge technology.  A 3D printer has been installed in the computer lab and students are using TinkerCad software to design and print 3D objects. The first student-created printed object was an iPhone case (Click on Read More to view photos).  Students have also been researching real-world uses of 3D printers and have reported on their findings.  3D printers are being utilized in the biomedical field for creating prosthetic limbs and creating organ models from MRI images for pre-surgery examination. They are making replacement parts for the International Space Station.  The students discovered these printers can also be used to print food and clothes.  You no longer need to pack your clothes for vacation…..just print them when you arrive at your destination!

CMS Leaders of the Week were nominated by their teachers because of the leadership and character.  Congratulations to all of you!

Leaders for the week of October 20th:

Connor Riley-7th grade, Noah Wilson-4th grade, Brandon Tucker-8th grade, Savannah Gumm-5th grade and John Orberson-6th grade.

CHS Homecoming Festivities

Homecoming Parade-4:00 pm Today

Football Game and Homecoming Activities-7:30 pm

CES Attendance Leaders of the Week

K-Izabella Davidson, 1st –Devin Farley, 2nd- Taylan Hunt and 3rd –Miles Wright

CMS Lady Eagles Sweep Taylor County in Annual  Pink Out Game!!

The 7th and 8th grade Lady eagles swept Taylor County Monday night in girls’ basketball action.  The teams also joined efforts to honor local breast cancer survivors and to raise money for breast cancer awareness!

Ghost Tours at Brookside Cemetery

8th grade leadership students will be taking part in ghost tours at Brookside Cemetery on Sunday, October 19th at 2:00 pm.  The students will dress as local historical figures from the early 1900s and provide an account of their lives while dressed in attire from that era.  All proceeds made from the event will go towards the Brookside Cemetery fund which helps with the upkeep of the cemetery.

CES 7 Habits Assembly        

Great job by the students at CES with their work on the Friday Morning 7 Habits Assembly.  The assembly is student led and recognizes birthdays and accomplishments of CES students while also stressing the importance of the 7 Habits.  I was able to attend my first one this morning and thought it was the perfect way to start a Friday-by the way I have had the 7 habits song stuck in my head all morning since attending.

Good luck tonight to our Eagles!  It looks like the weather is going to be perfect so let’s get out there and support our team because we know that It’s a Great Day to be an EAGLE!!!

Campbellsville Independent Schools

136 South Columbia Avenue
Campbellsville, KY  42718

Phone: 270.465.4162
Fax: 270.465.3918