Campbellsville Independent Schools’ students recently attended open house events on Thursday, Aug. 8, to officially kick off the 2019-2020 school year.
At Campbellsville Elementary School, students met with their teachers, saw their classrooms and underwent eye exams.
Campbellsville Middle School students received their schedules and met with their new teachers.
iEagle students saw their newly renovated classrooms and met with their teachers.
This is the first year for the iEagle program, which is also called The Eagle Center of Innovation.
iEagle will offer hands-on, authentic learning for students in fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh grades.
At the iEagle campus, students will participate in project-based learning and STEAM projects, learn about engineering, robotics and technology, perform community service and much more.
Campbellsville High School students spent time reviewing their schedules, meeting their teachers and seeing their classrooms.
Afterward, freshmen students were treated to lunch and bowling at Phillips Lanes.
And sophomores, juniors and seniors took time to eat lunch together and then perform a community service project.
Students traveled with their teachers on Main Street, visiting with business owners to express their thanks for supporting CIS students.
The 2019-2020 school year begins on Wednesday, Aug. 14.
For more information about CIS, visit www.cville.kyschools.us or call (270) 465-4162.
CHS freshman Gavin Morris receives his schedule from teacher Cheryl Dicken, at left, and media center specialist Valerie Davis.
CHS freshman Blake Tungate and his mother, Rebecca, receive his schedule.
CHS freshmen Alysa Howard, at left, and Mikaela Scharbrough receive their schedules from teacher Cheryl Dicken, at left, and media center specialist Valerie Davis.
CHS Principal Weston Jones talks to CHS freshmen and their parents.
CHS Vice Principal Mark Kearney and his fellow staff members introduce themselves.
CHS teacher Morgan Dalton introduces herself to her new freshmen students.
CHS senior Gavin Johnson leads freshmen students on a tour of their new school.
CHS teacher Ben Davis introduces himself as senior Gavin Johnson leads freshmen on a tour of their new school.
CHS teacher Dale Estes introduces himself as senior Lauryn Agathen leads freshmen on a tour of their new school.
CHS senior Gracyne Hash leads freshmen on a tour of their new school.
CHS Principal Weston Jones talks to freshmen students about their first days of school.
CHS freshman Bri Davis bowls with her classmates.
CHS freshman Tyler Booth bowls.
CHS freshman Gavin Morris bowls.
CES Instructional Coach Tammy Hash talks with a parent.
CES third-grader Aubreigh Knifley undergoes an eye exam.
CES kindergartener Acen Alexander undergoes an eye exam.
CES teacher Adrienne Hash administers an eye exam.
CES teacher Lynne Horn administers an eye exam.
CES teacher Lynne Horn helps fifth-grader Donnaven Phillips as he undergoes an eye exam.
CES second-grader Remi Petett undergoes an eye exam.
CES fourth-grader Chloe Bush and her mother, Shauna, complete registration paperwork with exceptional education teachers Amber Johnson, at left, and Kevin Johnson.
CES teacher Denise Spencer helps third-grader Gracie Gebler and her mother, Rebekah Taylor, complete registration paperwork.
CES teacher Lisa Wiseman meets one of her new students.
CES Instructional Coach Tammy Hash walks two new students down the hallway.
CES teacher Tana Phillips meets second-grader Mae Miller and her parents Mark and Kylee.
CES second-grader Alinna Bray, at left, and her sister Skyler, a kindergartener, put together puzzles in Skyler’s new classroom.
CES fifth-grader River McFarland undergoes an eye exam.
CHS sophomore Lainey Watson receives her class schedule from teacher Lauren Bennett.
From left, CHS sophomores Belle Brown, Olivia Fields and Sumara Berry receive their class schedules.
CHS junior Jasmine Mitchell receives her class schedule.
From left, CHS seniors Brooke Tucker, Mark Rigsby, Jimmy Russell and Blake Allen enjoy a pizza lunch.
CMS/CHS Youth Services Center Coordinator Theresa Young talks to CES fifth-grader Jazzlyn Cox and her mother, April.
CHS Principal Weston Jones talks to his upperclassmen students about their first few days of school.
CHS students thank Matt Rogers of Disco’s Chop Shop for supporting CIS. From left are junior Kameron Smith, Rogers, senior Noah Hughes, juniors John Orberson and Arren Hash and senior Jimmy Russell.
CHS students thank H&W Sports employees for supporting CIS.
CHS students thank Citizens Bank and Trust Co. employees for supporting CIS.
CHS students thank Brows & Beauty employees for supporting CIS.
CMS/CHS music teacher Cameron Johnson gives a parent her child’s schedule.
CMS/CHS art teacher Jo Ann Harris gives CMS eighth-grader Jaxon Sidebottom and his mother, Rebekah, his schedule.
CMS teacher Tiarra Cecil talks to a parent.
CMS teacher LeeAnn Grider talks to a parent.
CMS teacher Robbilyn Speer gives parent Jenny Taylor her son Thomas’s schedule.
CMS teacher Bradley Harris talks to a parent.
iEagle teachers Tyler Hardy and Katie Campbell talk to parent Bobbi Garrett.
iEagle teacher Katie Campbell talks to sixth-grader Devin Underwood and his father, Brandon.
iEagle teacher Tracey Rinehart talks to fifth-grader Stephen Green and his mother, Melissa.
iEagle teacher Hannah Jones talks to fifth-grader Emma Estes.