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iEagle students see great start to school year

Campbellsville Independent Schools began its iEagle program on Wednesday, Aug. 14, and students have spent their time together learning to be a family.

 

The Eagle Center of Innovation, also called iEagle, offers 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.

 

Students must apply to attend the center.

 

On the first day, students in fourth and fifth grades had a day of fun learning about and making their own volcanoes.

 

They worked in groups for some team-building activities and spent time getting to know each other.

 

Fourth- and fifth-graders start their day at Campbellsville Elementary School, and are then transported to the iEagle classrooms on the Campbellsville Middle School campus.

 

Sixth- and seventh-grade students began their day by being paired and given the task of putting together their chairs.

 

Students spent time getting to know each other and then presented about their classmates.

 

At the end of the day, students were treated to ice cream floats.

 

iEagle teachers include Hannah Jones, Katie Campbell, Tracey Rinehart and Tyler Hardy.

 

The first class of iEagle students includes the students below, listed by the grade.

 

Fourth Grade

 

Nicholas Almeida, Hunter Bates, Jackson Bates, Kevin Bradfield, Izzy Brunelle, Maddie Brunelle, Brendan Chastain, Addelyn Dooley, Aliy Dunn, Aaron Floyd, Destini Gholston, Dax Gray, Willow Griffin, Zach Hak, Anna Keith, Luke Mardis, Brendan Martin, Ammarissa Nunez, Lainey Price, Owen Skaggs, Karsyn Smith, Londyn Smith, Nadia Taylor, Maleigha Travis and Journey Webb.

 

Fifth Grade

 

Luke Adkins, Lily Coots, Evan Cundiff, Ava Ellis, Emma Estes, Stephen Green, Joseph Greer, Abigail Hoppes, Jaron Johnson, Cayton Lawhorn, Hayden Maupin, David McFarland, Lanigan Price, Tye Rhodes, Sophia Santos, Julian Smith, Madison Smith, Marissa Sumners, Reece Swafford, Kallie Taylor, Rajon Taylor, Ryan Tungate, Kaleigh Wilhoite, Aidan Wilson and Lilly Wise.

 

Sixth Grade

 

Kiera Bailey, Breona Bridgewater, Shaiden Calhoun, Connor Coots, Grayson Dooley, Cameron Estes, Tiffani Gaddie, Ethan Garrison, Madie Gebler, John Gholston, Kennedy Griffiths, Keaton Hord, Ethan Irwin, Brayden Judd, Aleecia Knezevic, Carson Mills, Ryder Murphy, Chance Owens, Brayden Paiz, Gracie Pendleton, Liz Smith, LaDainien Smith, Devin Underwood, Savannah Wethington, Caysen Wise and Levi Young.

 

Seventh Grade

 

Spencer Bates, Jacob DeBrot, Logan England, Joseph Gutierrez, Hope Hansford, Zeke Harris, Chloe Hoppes, Vallie Houk, Jaclyn Jackson, Ivy Lawler, Noah Leachman, Andrew Mardis, Lilyan Murphy, Gabriel Noyola, Averi Perkins, Rowan Petett, Aidan Phillips, Nichole Smith, Skylar Wilhoite, Ellie Wise and Shyanna Young.

 

CIS Superintendent Kirby Smith smiles with iEagle students, from left, fifth-graders Tye Rhodes, Jaron Johnson, Rajon Taylor, Aidan Wilson, Ryan Tungate and Joseph Greer as they start their first day.

CIS Superintendent Kirby Smith smiles with iEagle students, from left, fifth-graders Tye Rhodes, Jaron Johnson, Rajon Taylor, Aidan Wilson, Ryan Tungate and Joseph Greer as they start their first day.

 

Campbellsville Elementary School art teacher Adrienne Hash helps iEagle students board the bus for the first day of class.

Campbellsville Elementary School art teacher Adrienne Hash helps iEagle students board the bus for the first day of class.

 

iEagle student Aliy Dunn, a fourth-grader, is all smiles as she and her classmates board the bus for the first day.

iEagle student Aliy Dunn, a fourth-grader, is all smiles as she and her classmates board the bus for the first day.

 

iEagle teachers, from left, Tracey Rinehart, Hannah Jones, Tyler Hardy and Katie Campbell talk to their students on the first day.

iEagle teachers, from left, Tracey Rinehart, Hannah Jones, Tyler Hardy and Katie Campbell talk to their students on the first day.

 

iEagle students Spencer Bates, at left, and Noah Leachman, seventh-graders, work together to put a chair together.

iEagle students Spencer Bates, at left, and Noah Leachman, seventh-graders, work together to put a chair together.

 

iEagle students Jacob DeBrot, at left, and Skylar Wilhoite, seventh-graders, work together to put a chair together.

iEagle students Jacob DeBrot, at left, and Skylar Wilhoite, seventh-graders, work together to put a chair together.

 

iEagle teacher Tracey Rinehart talks with fifth-graders Aidan Wilson, center, and Joseph Greer as they do a word search to learn their classmates’ names.

iEagle teacher Tracey Rinehart talks with fifth-graders Aidan Wilson, center, and Joseph Greer as they do a word search to learn their classmates’ names.

 

iEagle teacher Tyler Hardy talks to his students about their schedules.

iEagle teacher Tyler Hardy talks to his students about their schedules.

 

Sixth- and seventh-grade iEagle students smile for a photo on the first day of their program.

Sixth- and seventh-grade iEagle students smile for a photo on the first day of their program.

 

iEagle fifth-grader Lilly Wise smiles on the first day of school.

iEagle fifth-grader Lilly Wise smiles on the first day of school.

 

iEagle fifth-grader Ryan Tungate poses on the first day of school.

iEagle fifth-grader Ryan Tungate poses on the first day of school.

 

iEagle students work together to make a chart of some activities they can’t do just yet, but hope to accomplish this school year. From left are fifth-graders Rajon Taylor, Hayden Maupin, Julian Smith and Jaron Johnson.

iEagle students work together to make a chart of some activities they can’t do just yet, but hope to accomplish this school year. From left are fifth-graders Rajon Taylor, Hayden Maupin, Julian Smith and Jaron Johnson.

 

iEagle fifth-grader Reece Swafford poses for a photo on the first day of school.

iEagle fifth-grader Reece Swafford poses for a photo on the first day of school.

 

iEagle students, from left, fifth-graders Madison Smith and Emma Estes and fourth-grader Karsyn Smith erupt a volcano.

iEagle students, from left, fifth-graders Madison Smith and Emma Estes and fourth-grader Karsyn Smith erupt a volcano.

 

Fourth- and fifth-grade iEagle students smile for a photo on the first day of their program.

Fourth- and fifth-grade iEagle students smile for a photo on the first day of their program.

 

iEagle students Rowan Petett, at left, and Gabriel Noyola, seventh-graders, work together as they put together a chair.

iEagle students Rowan Petett, at left, and Gabriel Noyola, seventh-graders, work together as they put together a chair.

 

iEagle students Tiffani Gaddie, at left, and Liz Smith, sixth-graders, share a laugh as they put together a chair.

iEagle students Tiffani Gaddie, at left, and Liz Smith, sixth-graders, share a laugh as they put together a chair.

 

iEagle students Vallie Houk, at left, and Lilyan Murphy work together as they put together a chair.

iEagle students Vallie Houk, at left, and Lilyan Murphy work together as they put together a chair.

 

iEagle students Ryder Murphy, at left, and Chance Owens, sixth-graders, work together as they put together a chair.

iEagle students Ryder Murphy, at left, and Chance Owens, sixth-graders, work together as they put together a chair.

 

iEagle students Carson Mills, at left, and Levi Young, sixth-graders, work together as they put together a chair.

iEagle students Carson Mills, at left, and Levi Young, sixth-graders, work together as they put together a chair.

 

iEagle students, from left, Ethan Garrison, Grayson Dooley and Ryder Murphy, sixth-graders, work together as they put a chair together.

iEagle students, from left, Ethan Garrison, Grayson Dooley and Ryder Murphy, sixth-graders, work together as they put a chair together.

 

iEagle students make their own Hawaiian leis. Students wrote a fact about themselves on each of their flowers, and they shared with their classmates. From left are fourth-graders Jackson Bates and Nicholas Almeida, fifth-grader Evan Cundiff, fourth-grader Kevin Bradfield and fifth-graders David McFarland, Ryan Tungate and Aidan Wilson.

iEagle students make their own Hawaiian leis. Students wrote a fact about themselves on each of their flowers, and they shared with their classmates. From left are fourth-graders Jackson Bates and Nicholas Almeida, fifth-grader Evan Cundiff, fourth-grader Kevin Bradfield and fifth-graders David McFarland, Ryan Tungate and Aidan Wilson.

 

iEagle teacher Tracey Rinehart helps, from left, fifth-graders Cayton Lawhorn, Luke Adkins and Lanigan Price as they make their own Hawaiian leis. Students wrote a fact about themselves on each of their flowers, and they shared with their classmates.

iEagle teacher Tracey Rinehart helps, from left, fifth-graders Cayton Lawhorn, Luke Adkins and Lanigan Price as they make their own Hawaiian leis. Students wrote a fact about themselves on each of their flowers, and they shared with their classmates.

 

iEagle students Marissa Sumners, at left, and Lily Coots, fifth-graders, make their own Hawaiian leis. Students wrote a fact about themselves on each of their flowers, and they shared with their classmates.

iEagle students Marissa Sumners, at left, and Lily Coots, fifth-graders, make their own Hawaiian leis. Students wrote a fact about themselves on each of their flowers, and they shared with their classmates.

 

iEagle teacher Tracey Rinehart shows students, from left, fourth-graders Journey Webb, Londyn Smith and Addelyn Dooley how to make their own Hawaiian leis. Students wrote a fact about themselves on each of their flowers, and they shared with their classmates.

iEagle teacher Tracey Rinehart shows students, from left, fourth-graders Journey Webb, Londyn Smith and Addelyn Dooley how to make their own Hawaiian leis. Students wrote a fact about themselves on each of their flowers, and they shared with their classmates.

 

iEagle students Addelyn Dooley, at left, and Journey Webb, fourth-graders, make their own Hawaiian leis. Students wrote a fact about themselves on each of their flowers, and they shared with their classmates.

iEagle students Addelyn Dooley, at left, and Journey Webb, fourth-graders, make their own Hawaiian leis. Students wrote a fact about themselves on each of their flowers, and they shared with their classmates.

 

iEagle student Madison Smith, a fifth-grader, smiles for a photo on the first day.

iEagle student Madison Smith, a fifth-grader, smiles for a photo on the first day.

 

iEagle student Marissa Sumners, a fifth-grader, smiles for a photo on the first day.

iEagle student Marissa Sumners, a fifth-grader, smiles for a photo on the first day.

 

iEagle student Ava Ellis, a fifth-grader, smiles for a photo on the first day.

iEagle student Ava Ellis, a fifth-grader, smiles for a photo on the first day.

 

iEagle student Stephen Green, a fifth-grader, smiles for a photo on the first day.

iEagle student Stephen Green, a fifth-grader, smiles for a photo on the first day.

 

iEagle student Luke Adkins, a fifth-grader, smiles for a photo on the first day.

iEagle student Luke Adkins, a fifth-grader, smiles for a photo on the first day.

 

iEagle student Emma Estes, a fifth-grader, smiles for a photo on the first day.

iEagle student Emma Estes, a fifth-grader, smiles for a photo on the first day.

 

iEagle students work together as they make a list of what they can’t do just yet, but hope to accomplish this school year. From left are fifth-graders Ryan Tungate, David McFarland, Joseph Greer, Aidan Wilson and Luke Adkins.

iEagle students work together as they make a list of what they can’t do just yet, but hope to accomplish this school year. From left are fifth-graders Ryan Tungate, David McFarland, Joseph Greer, Aidan Wilson and Luke Adkins.

 

iEagle student Jaron Johnson, a fifth-grader, smiles for a photo on the first day.

iEagle student Jaron Johnson, a fifth-grader, smiles for a photo on the first day.

 

iEagle students prepare their volcano for eruption. From left are fourth-grader Kevin Bradfield, fifth-grader David McFarland and fourth-grader Ammarissa Nunez.

iEagle students prepare their volcano for eruption. From left are fourth-grader Kevin Bradfield, fifth-grader David McFarland and fourth-grader Ammarissa Nunez.

 

iEagle students prepare their volcano for eruption. From left are fourth-graders Zach Hak, Aaron Floyd and Luke Mardis.

iEagle students prepare their volcano for eruption. From left are fourth-graders Zach Hak, Aaron Floyd and Luke Mardis.

 

iEagle teacher Tracey Rinehart adds baking soda to her students’ volcano as they prepare for eruption. At left is fourth-grader Maleigha Travis and at right is fifth-grader Joseph Greer.

iEagle teacher Tracey Rinehart adds baking soda to her students’ volcano as they prepare for eruption. At left is fourth-grader Maleigha Travis and at right is fifth-grader Joseph Greer.

 

From left, iEagle students Lainey Price and Journey Webb, fourth-graders, and fifth-grader Kallie Taylor prepare for their volcano to erupt.

From left, iEagle students Lainey Price and Journey Webb, fourth-graders, and fifth-grader Kallie Taylor prepare for their volcano to erupt.

 

iEagle teacher Katie Campbell talks to her students about the equipment they can use in the MakerSpace lab.

iEagle teacher Katie Campbell talks to her students about the equipment they can use in the MakerSpace lab.

 

iEagle teacher Hannah Jones makes ice cream floats for fifth-graders Ryan Tungate, center, and Evan Cundiff.

iEagle teacher Hannah Jones makes ice cream floats for fifth-graders Ryan Tungate, center, and Evan Cundiff.

 

iEagle fourth-graders Aliy Dunn, at left, and Anna Keith enjoy ice cream floats.

iEagle fourth-graders Aliy Dunn, at left, and Anna Keith enjoy ice cream floats.

 

iEagle teachers Hannah Jones, at left, and Katie Campbell serve their students ice cream floats. In front are seventh-grader Skylar Wilhoite, at left, and sixth-grader Connor Coots.

iEagle teachers Hannah Jones, at left, and Katie Campbell serve their students ice cream floats. In front are seventh-grader Skylar Wilhoite, at left, and sixth-grader Connor Coots.





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