DISTRICT NEWS

Congratulations to this month's academic achievers!

Nineteen Campbellsville High School Student Technology Leadership students recently returned from state competition at UK with two state champions.  Emily Haley competed in the category of Electronic Publishing and her products were selected as the best entries in the state.  She actually won first and second place; First place for College and Career Readiness cards and second place for the 2014 Distinguished Young Woman Program Book.  Abigail Heineman also worked on the program book in last year’s STLP class and Emily completed the book for this year’s program.  Charlie Miller competed in the category of Enterasys Extreme Networking.  Charlie studied Networking topics to prepare for the exam given by the Enterasys network engineers.  Charlie’s score was the highest in the state.  The CHS STLP sponsor is Mrs. Sonya Kessler with assistance from Virgil Parker, District CIO, and Gamini Sooriyaarachchi, district technician. Visit this website to learn more about STLP and the state events: http://stlp.education.ky.gov/

Jackson Hunt, Ryan Wiedewitsch, Samuel Kessler and Bryce Richardson have been selected for the Rogers Explorers program this summer.  Jackson, Samuel and Bryce will attend Lindsey Wilson College and Ryan will attend the program at Asbury College.  Congratulations!  We are proud of you!

Congratulations to Makenzie Murrell for being selected as a Rogers Scholars winner for Taylor County.  Also, congratulations to Paige Dabney who was selected as an alternate for the Rogers Scholar program.

Congratulations to Abby Hieneman for being selected to participate in the Governor's Scholars program.

We are proud of you!

Juanita Young is April's recipient of the Dare to Soar Award. Ms. Young is a teacher at Campbellsville Middle School and has been employed with the Campbellsville Independent School District for fourteen years. Congratulations Ms. Young!

The 1st annual STEAM Academy is being held during early release Fridays in March.  Over 75 CMS students are attending their choice of two of the following sessions:  Weird Science, Piano and Guitar Lessons, Computer Programming and Code, Introduction to Spanish, Sweets by Shandi, Race Car Engineering, All Things Art, CSI and Forensic Science, Veterinary and Animal Science and The Art and Science of T-Shirt Design and Printing.  STEAM is an acronym that refers to the emphasis on science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics in our schools.

Campbellsville Independent Schools

136 South Columbia Avenue
Campbellsville, KY  42718

Phone: 270.465.4162
Fax: 270.465.3918