MIDWAY DEAN’S LIST
Midway College announces the students who have been named to its Dean’s list for the 2015 spring semester. In order to be named to the list, a student must be classified as full time and obtain a 3.60 grade point average for the semester.
Cynthiana students named to the list were: Meliah Carrel, Lorraine Dennie, and Kenzi Graves.
Nursing certificates can be attained with just one class. The class meets on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 9-July 10.
The nursing assistant class provides the knowledge base and skills necessary to assume the role and responsibilities of the nurse aide. After successful completion of the NAA 100 class, students will earn a certificate and become eligible to take the State Competency Exam for nursing assistants.
ST. EDWARD SCHOOL
The St. Edward School Honor Roll for the fourth quarter includes:
First Grade - All A’s
Kathryn Gasser, Camille Hatfield, Resa Heimlich, Madison Jones, Addison Perraut, Sarra Skinner.
First Grade - A/B
The family of a Robertson County first-grader has won a $1,500 college savings account after their son shared his idea for creating energy. Henry Haag submitted an essay for the “Dream Out Loud Challenge” offering how he would change the world after college by creating energy with a tree branch, a cable and a drive belt. The Dream Out Loud Challenge was sponsored by the Kentucky Education Savings Plan Trust (KESPT), Kentucky’s official 529 college savings plan.
A simple observation trip several years ago has turned into an annual event at Northside Elementary School.
Kindergarten teacher Leslie Jones got the idea of a drama club after observing a play at another school.
“I thought we could do it here,” she said. “So I volunteered with some fellow teachers to help do this.”
David Scott has been named the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) outreach counselor for Harrison County.
“I am honored and excited to continue the efforts of KHEAA and its partners in promoting higher education in Harrison County,” he said.
In addition to schools, Scott will work with adult education centers, state agencies and other groups. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 859-229-0352.