Kenny Bain, Nathan Bain, Vandon Bain, Blake Rogers, Matthew Bain, Cory Robinson

CAL Student Signs with Boyce to Play Basketball and Become Minister

March 24, 2017

Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg student, Nathan Bain, will be heading to Boyce College in Louisville to not only play basketball but also to become a youth minister after signing for the basketball team on Wednesday. While studying at CAL, Nathan excelled in academics and basketball.  “He’s just an all around good basketball player,” CAL boys […]

Jenny Kittinger

Art Students to Show Work at Art Alley

March 23, 2017

Anderson County High School art students will be having a chance to show off their art in a professional setting as well as have a chance to have their work judged in a contest. According to ACHS visual arts teacher, Jenny Kittinger, AP art students at the high school will be displaying their work at […]

Emily Davis

New Music Camp to be Offered at Emma B Ward

March 20, 2017

Emma B Ward Elementary will be home to new summer music camp that has proven very popular in Tennessee. Emily Davis, music teacher at Emma B Ward, is working on hosting an arts and music summer camp at the school based on work developed by Dr Eric Branscome who is from Austin Peay State University […]

Dance team: Samara Murphy (jr), Kylie Boggess (sr), Amanda Smith (sr), Bailey Pederson (so), Assistant Coach and Choreographer Jeriann Kallin, Head Coach Lisa Ann Winfrey, Lauren Ritchie (sr), Kaylin Hatchell (8th), Courtney Emmons (sr), Madison Gullett (sr), Abbie Richardson (jr), Alexis Gootee (sr).

Superintendent Recognizes Dance Team and More

March 16, 2017

During this past Anderson County School board meeting, Superintendent Sheila Mitchell recognized a number of high performing students and staff members, including the incredible Anderson County High School dance team which has won numerous awards. The ACHS dance team, coached by Lisa Ann Winfrey, has been winning many awards during the last four years of […]

Anderson Public Library Welcomes New Assistant Director

March 7, 2017

The Anderson Public Library just recently welcomed a new assistant director to help with day to day operations and further promote educational resources. Kentucky native, Alison Layne, was hired to fill the position that was not filled since former director, Pam Mullins, left the library at the end of 2015, and assistant director Pam Marks […]

Annie Edwards, Luke Edwards, and Sophie Etherington

Homeschooler Wins Rotary Speech Contest

March 6, 2017

Students from around the county competed last week in the annual Lawrenceburg Rotary Club Speech Contest.  The contest, which started in 1994, encourages high school students in the county to write and deliver a speech on a theme relating to helping others. This year’s theme was based on how Rotary helps serves humanity.  The Rotary […]

Emma B Ward Selected as International Model School

March 2, 2017

Emma B. Ward Elementary School has been selected as a Model School for 2017 by the International Center for Leadership in Education, whose mission is to challenge, inspire and equip today’s educators to prepare students for lifelong success. Emma B. Ward Elementary School is among one of the 25 chosen schools that will share best practices at the 25th Annual Model Schools Conference, June 25-28 in Nashville. The Model Schools Conference […]

Leigh Anne and Ron Florence Holding Woody and Chloe

Students at Turner Learn Ways to Be Successful

March 2, 2017

Students at Robert B Turner Elementary had two special furry visitors on Tuesday.  Kentucky author Leigh Anne Florence, her husband Ron, and her two dachshunds, Woody and Chloe, visited the school to motivate the students and share ways to be successful. Leigh Anne is a well known Kentucky author and speaker who has written a […]

ACHS Sees Academic Improvements

February 20, 2017

Anderson County High School has once again seen considerable academic improvements, according to Principal Chris Glass during last week’s school board meeting. During the improvement and assessment update for the school, Principal Glass compared ACHS to other high schools in the surrounding region utilizing evaluations provided by the state.  “We made another great gain,” he […]