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Schools

  • Local students earn degrees

    The following local college students have earned degrees:

    Campbellsville University: Alexandria Cundiff, of Liberty, graduated with Bachelor of Social Work in Social Work Area

    Andrew Beal, of Liberty, graduated with Bachelor of Science in Middle Grades Education / 5 - 9

    Ashley Martin, of Liberty, graduated with Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Educ

    Baylen Hill, of Dunnville, graduated with Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Area/Management

  • Students earn college honors

    The following college students received honors for the Spring 2018 semester:

    University of the Cumberlands: Mary Moore, of Liberty, has been named to the Spring 2018 Dean’s List at UC.

  • Jones Park Honor Roll and Perfect Attendance

    Kindergarten

    Attendance – Myles Allen, Andrea Carman

    1st Grade

    Attendance – Jameelah Bills, Andrew Elmore, Sierra Lawhorn, Lucas Warren

    2nd Grade

    Attendance – Izzy Cox, Matthew Patterson, Emilee Snow, MaKayla Miller, Connor Rayborn, Joseph Rayborn

  • 2018 Casey County High School Prom
  • Young artists finding success

     

    Casey County students are making good art, with two Casey County Middle School students winning state awards, and Casey County High School students painted a mural for a local business.

    Two Casey County Middle School students placed first and third in the State Art competition hosted by the Kentucky Art Education Association.

    Alexis Jenson won the middle school division painting competition. For the competition Jenson painted a cherry blossom tree with a purple sky on an eight by ten canvas.

  • Jones Park Elementary School honor roll

    Kindergarten — Attendance: Myles Allen, Raylan Ware, Andrea Carman

    1st grade — Attendance: Jameelah Bills, Andrew Elmore, Sierra Lawhorn, Lucas Warren

  • Board discusses school safety, construction and other business

    During an April 9 Casey County Board of Education meeting board members discussed a new school safety measure, finishing construction at Liberty Elementary, and other business.

    Superintendent Marion Sowders told the board of a new school safety measure that he recommended the board approve for purchasing for the next school year. The system called the Security Voice/Safe School Hotline service is a tip line service that students would be able to call or text incidences, bullying issues or safety concerns to the tip line and those tips would be sent to school leaders.

  • Graduation, district calendar set

    During a March 14 Liberty-Casey County Chamber of Commerce meeting Casey County High School Principal and Chamber President Josh Blevins announced that this year’s high school graduation would be held at (7 p.m.) on May 24 in the Casey County High School gymnasium.

    In a February Casey County Board of Education meeting, the board revealed the 2018-2019 academic calendar. The 2018-2019 school year will start on Aug. 9 for students, with staff having a professional development day on Aug. 6, a staff work day on August 7, and opening day being on Aug. 8.

  • Board discusses bids, early childhood and medical costs

    During a April 9 Casey County Board of Education meeting, board members declared April 16-21 as Week of the Young Child, gave a update on next school years medical and dental prices and approved advertising bids for seven services needed for the school system.

    Barry Lee, who is chair of the Casey County early childhood council, presented a proclamation to the board to declare April 16-21 as Week of the Young Child in Casey County. Casey County Judge-Executive Randy Dial and Liberty Mayor Steven Brown, who read and signed the proclamation, joined Lee.

  • District awarded striving readers grant

    At the conclusion of an April 9 Casey County Board of Education meeting, it was announced that the Casey County School District had been awarded the Striving Readers Comprehensive Literacy Grant.

    The objective of the grant focuses on improvements in oral language skills for four year olds, kindergarten readiness, increased reading proficiency at all school levels and increased content proficiency at the secondary level.