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Education

  • Haynes named to Dean’s List at Madisonville Community College

    Madisonville Community College is pleased to announce that Tara Dee Haynes of Williamstown has been named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2014 semester.
    “Being named to the Dean’s List indicates that a student has completed 12 credit hours with a minimum GPA of 3.5 in 100 level or above coursework.  We are proud of the academic accomplishments of our students,” Chief Student Affairs Officer Dr. Jay Parrent said.
     

  • Campbellsville announces Spring Dean’s list

    Ethan Douglas Magee, a junior from Williamstown, has been named to the Dean’s List at Campbellsville University for the Spring 2014 semester.
    The academic honors’ list recognizes students who achieve a grade point average of 3.50 or above for the semester with a course load of at least 12 hours. The spring 2014 academic honors’ list includes a total of 567 students, with 226 named to the President’s List for achieving a 4.0 grade point average, and 341 named to the Dean’s List for achieving a 3.5 to 3.99 GPA.
     

  • Simpson graduates Magna Cum Laude from the University of Kentucky

    Lindsay Taylor Simpson graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Kentucky with a bachelor of business administration from the Carol Martin Gatton College of Business and Economics. Simpson is the daughter of Steve and Nancy Simpson of Crestwood, formerly of Grant County. She is the granddaughter of Bob and Wanda Simpson of Williamstown.
     

  • School happenings
  • GCMS announces Historical Society essay winners

    The Grant County Historical Society hosted an essay writing contest for middle school students. The essays were to explain why  the Constitution was amended with the Bill of Rights, explain what each amendment means to personal freedom, and to explain what would happen if each amendment were changed or taken away completely. All of the essays became property of the Grant County Historical Society and were archived at the Historical Society’s office located at the Court House.

  • John-Jennings retires from NKU

    Betsy John-Jennings loves watching college students develop from rookies to savvy career professionals.
    She will always cherish the countless transformations she witnessed over the past decade as she says goodbye to the Northern Kentucky University-Grant County Center.
    John-Jennings, director of the center, will retire May 30 after about 35 years at NKU, the last 10 in Grant County.
    A retirement celebration was held in her honor on May 22.

  • WHS seniors say goodbye with Class Night
  • GCMS TALENT SHOW

    And the winners are...

    • Grand Champion - Wyatt Newman - electric guitar
    • Second place - Savannah Toll - Royals by Lorde
    • Third place - Jason Eilers - drums
    • Fourth place - Haley Neyer - Three Wooden Crosses by Randy Travis
    • Fifth place - Kristy Thornton - With Ur Love by Cher Lloyd
    • Sixth place - Michelle Pimentel - Better Together by Fifth Harmony
    • Seventh place - Boroff Group - Science skit performed by Christine Boroff
     

  • Livingood named CMZ principal

    Crittenden-Mt. Zion Elementary will have a new leader when students return to school in August.
    Heather Clay, who has served as CMZ principal for the past six years, has taken the position of director of student instructional services at the Grant County Schools board office.
    In her new position, Clay will also serves as director of preschool and director of special education.
    Clay said she wanted to make the move to have the chance to make a positive impact on students’ education for the entire district.

  • MASON-CORINTH HAS FUN IN THE SUN