Campbellsville High School students are learning about reform movements, and recently tried to persuade their classmates to join theirs.
AP U.S history students in Susan Dabney’s class have been learning about progressive era reformers.
As a project, students created their own reform movements.
They presented their movements in a showcase and encouraged teachers and classmates to join them.
CHS juniors Kameron Smith, at left, and John Orberson present their reform movement to iEagle teacher Tyler Hardy and senior Hannah Hall.
CHS juniors Arren Hash, at left, and Tristin Faulkner present their reform movement to Principal Weston Jones.
CHS junior Nick Drew serves cake to those learning about his group’s reform movement.
CHS junior Yasmeen El-Amouri, at left, and sophomore Abby Turner present their reform movement.
From left, CHS juniors Colin Harris, Raj Patel and Clark Kidwell present their reform movement.
CHS juniors Nick Drew, at left, and Riley Rainwater serve cake and other treats to those learning about their reform movement.
From left, CHS juniors Reggie Thomas, Tristin Faulkner and Arren Hash present their reform movement.
CHS juniors Jasmine Mitchell, at left, and Haley Lopez present their reform movement.
CHS junior Tierra Bridgewater presents her reform movement.