Campbellsville Elementary School’s family has some new leaders.
Fifth-grade students, who had been attending school at Campbellsville Middle School, now attend class at CES, and are the leaders at the school.
Students began the 2017-2018 school year on Wednesday, Aug. 9.
Fifth-grade teachers are Tammy Hash, Lisa Kearney, Ann Michael Tucker and Donna White.
CES now houses students in preschool through fifth grade.
Elisha Rhodes is in her first year as CES principal.
CES fifth-grader Rowan Petett works a math problem.
CES fifth-grader Zeke Harris completes a worksheet to help his teacher learn about him.
CES fifth-graders Anna Floyd, at left, and Ta’Zaria Owens talk about an assignment.
CES fifth-grader Andrew Mardis draws a butterfly.
CES fifth-grader Steven Miller completes an assignment to help his teacher learn about him.
CES fifth-graders Noah Leachman, at left, and Piper Maggard complete a worksheet to help their teacher, Lisa Kearney, in the background, learn about them.
CES fifth-grade teacher Lisa Kearney helps Serenity Mings and Deason Smith with an assignment.
CES fifth-grader Michael Abel completes an assignment to help his teacher learn about him.
CES fifth-grader Skylar Wilhoite completes an assignment to help his teacher learn about him.
CES fifth-graders Averi Perkins, at left, and Brooklynn Giles complete an assignment to help their teacher learn about them.
CES fifth-graders walk to their reading class, which is Ann Michael Tucker’s classroom.