Archive for the ‘Model Lab’ Category
Representatives Marie Rader, R-McKee, recently welcomed Jack Coles as her page for the February 11th session of the Kentucky House of Representatives. Coles is a 9th grader at Model Laboratory, and is the son of Michelle and Tim Coles of Richmond.
Whether considering college options after high school or transferring to finish a degree, Kentucky Wesleyan College invites high school and college transfer students to the Spring Open House on Saturday, April 5. Students may explore nearly 40 academic majors and pre-professional programs and learn about the KWC 4 Year Graduation Guarantee and the 3 Year Degree Option. The Open House will also include tours of the campus, and presentations on student life, financial aid and scholarships, which will include information on the new Academic Achievement Award, NCAA college athletics, and study abroad opportunities. Lunch for students and their families on-campus and optional tours of Owensboro will also be part of the (more…)
Casey Botkin was named the 2013 Madison County Youth in Action Officer of the Year representing Berea Police Department during the Berea City Council Meeting on Tuesday, May 7, 2013.
The Officer of the Year Campaign was conducted in conjunction with the group’s Alcohol Awareness Month activities during the month of April. Nominations were sought from the community as well as from each law (more…)
Sharp-Minded Students will Put Pencil to Paper to Win State Math Contest this Weekend
The practices are over. They qualified to represent their school. They survived the grueling chapter competitions. Now, the state finals are upon us.
Come 9:00 AM on Saturday morning, March 23, 2013, 160 middle school students representing 60 schools across the Commonwealth of Kentucky will compete in the 2013 MATHCOUNTS “State” Competition at the Clarion Hotel North on Newtown Pike in Lexington. These students are advancing from chapter competitions that were held on February 16, 2013, at 13 different (more…)
The Madison County Board of Education declared October Alpha Delta Kappa Month. ADK is an international educational sorority for women educators dedicated to educational excellence, altruism, and world understanding. It currently has more than 40,000 members and is the largest of its type in the world. Alpha Eta, the local chapter, currently has 49 members representing Madison County Schools, Model Lab, Berea Community, and EKU. Its main purposes are 1) to give recognition to outstanding women educators and 2) to build a fraternal fellowship among women in the field of education which will add to their effectiveness in the promotion of excellence in education.