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    Name: Carleen Ficker

    Job title/school: RTI coordinator/reading specialist at Williamstown Independent Schools

    Job duties: organizing and designing reading programs that work, training teachers and parents, working with children that are critical with reading issues.

    Educational background: Masters in reading/then reading specialist, Springer Center - reading, Orton Gillingham trained

  • FFA Foundation distributes funds across the state

    Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture James Comer has pioneered the Kentucky Farm License Plate Program, allowing Kentucky Future Farmers of America and 4-H to directly benefit from the sale of agriculture tags.
    When a person purchases a Kentucky farm License plate, they have the opportunity to donate $10, which is divided equally between Kentucky FFA, Kentucky  4-H and Kentucky Proud.

  • Grant County High School

    Brittany Brock
    Brittany Brock is the Grant County High School Student of the Week. She is a senior and is in Mindy Roy’s class. “Brittany is dependable and sets a wonderful example of leadership. She is dedicated and always goes above and beyond all expectations.
    She is motivated, willing to work hard and demonstrates great perseverance and initiative She is destined for success.’ Roy said.

  • Grant County Middle School

    Sawyer Cobb
    Sawyer Cobb is the student of the week. Cobb is on the Aztec Team and is a great friend and a wonderful student.
    She’s kind and respectful to other students and her teachers, as well. She’s also proven to be an excellent writer.


  • Star Students Williamstown


    Aaliyah Sharp  
    Aaliyah Sharp is the WES Preschool Student of the Week. She is in Sonja Kinman’s class.
     Her favorite thing about school is everything.
    ”She is very polite and kind to others. She is a great help in the classroom.” Kinman said.  Her favorite books are girly books.
    Her favorite thing to do as a family is going somewhere fun.


  • Mason-Corinth gets educated about careers

    MOLENA, Ga--It was a cloudy, rainy start to the 2013 National Raider Challenge Championships but by the end of Nov. 1, more than 1,100 cadets  from 82 high schools across the nation—a record number—had registered for the event.

    The host school, Cedar Shoals High School from Athens, Ga., spent most of the day setting up the course at the Gerald I. Lawhorn Scouting Base and laying out equipment.

    While Clark’s set-up team finished the preparations, participants from all over the U.S. started to check-in.

  • Grandparent’s Day
  • Students honoring our veterans

    Elmer Davis once said, “This nation will remain the land of the free only as long as it is the home of the brave.” Our veterans are this very reason, risking their lives, leaving their families and being wounded mentally and physically. We thank you for your service and sacrifice.