NEWS

showcase 2015 SPRING SHOWCASE

CCMS will present the 21st Century Spring Showcase on Thursday, April 23, 2015.  This is for middle and high school parents.  Beginning at 5:00 pm, pizza will be served.  Students will then demonstrate how EXCELLENCE KEEPS MOVING by presenting drama skits, a performance by drumline, afterschool projects in Art, Science, Lego Labs, and more.  Information about BE THE WALL will be presented by Drug Free Communities.  Door prizes include prom tickets, tux rentals, flowers, hair appointments, movie passes and more.  This event is free.


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students recognized STUDENTS RECOGNIZED

The Casey County School Board recognized the following students at the April 13 board meeting.  Riley Hoskins, CCMS 8th grader, competed at the state level in the Academic Governor's Cup in Math and represented Casey County in the Kentucky Derby Spelling Bee.  Zach Hamilton, JPE 6th grader, placed second in the local KY Derby Spelling Bee.  Austin Williams, CCMS 7th grader, advanced to regional Governor's Cup competion in Science.  Emily Smith, CCMS 7th grader, advanced to regional Governor's Cup competition in Arts & Humanities.  Not present was William Gossage, CCMS 8th grader, advanced to regional Governor's Cup in History.  YOUR EXCELLENCE SHOWS!!


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teacher awards EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING

Campbellsville University awarded Excellence in Teaching Awards to three Casey County Teachers.  The recipients this year are Rick Terry, CCHS art teacher;  Lesli Patten, Liberty Elementary 5th grade math/science teacher; and Randy Pierce, CCMS physical education teacher. The purpose of the Excellence in Teaching Awards Program is to recognize the quality of teaching taking place in the school systems throughout Kentucky.  Excellence Keeps Moving in Casey County schools with an excellent teaching staff.


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cast DRAMA CAST

 Casey County Drama and 21st CCLC will present Into the Woods Jr. this weekend.  Opening Night is Friday April 17 at 6:00; Saturday April 18 at 2:00 and 6:00; Sunday 2:00 and Monday 6:00.  Tickets will be available at Lights of Liberty Theatre beginning April 13th.  Admission is $6.00

MTI Billing Credit:  INTO THE WOODS JR is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).  All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.  421 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019  Phone 212-541-4684   Fax 212-397-4684


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TRACK TRACK MEET

Saturday was a great day for the Casey County Girl's high school track and field team! They ran in the Clash of the Classes in Bardstown.  Overall, they competed in all three high school classes (A, AA, AAA).  They ranked third overall and won the AA title.  Congratulate these young ladies when you see them.  Go REBS!!  Excellence Keeps Moving!!


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history contest wku WKU HISTORY CONTEST

Update to the WKU History Contest

Walker Campbell received a bronze medal.
Emily Smith and Cailynn Floyd received an honorable mention.  All three students are 7th graders at Casey County Middle School.   Congratulations !!


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into the woods jr INTO THE WOODS JR

Casey County Drama and 21st Century Community Learning Center will present INTO THE WOODS  for the spring drama production.  Opening Night is Friday April 17 at 6:00; Saturday April 18 at 2:00 and 6:00; Sunday 2:00 and Monday 6:00.  Tickets will be available at Lights of Liberty Theatre beginning April 13th.  Admission is $6.00

MTI Billing Credit:  INTO THE WOODS JR is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).  All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.  421 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019  Phone 212-541-4684   Fax 212-397-4684


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AmeriCorps proclamation NATIONAL SERVICE PROCLAMATION SIGNED

Pictured Left to right   Heather Musinski State FRYSC Corps, Judge Randy Dial, Ashley Custer,Ashley Godbey, Jennifer Hamilton, Jenny Wesley (all local FRYSC Corps members), Mayor Steven Brown. “Absent from photo Kevin Long Americorp member”
Judge Executive Randy Dial & Mayor Steven Brown join Nationwide Effort to Recognize Impact of National Service. Judge Randy Dial and Mayor Steven Brown signed a proclamation celebrating National Service Recognition Day April 7, 2015. “National service is a vital resource for our county,” said County Executive Randy Dial “AmeriCorps members and volunteers make our counties better places to live. As County Executive, I am grateful for the dedication and sacrifice of these citizens, who are working together in tackling tough problems and strengthening communities.
Given the many social needs facing communities, county and city leaders are increasingly turning to national service as a cost-effective strategy to meet local needs. Local AmeriCorps members and other volunteers serve in Casey County, providing vital support to the community.
The Mayors and County Day of Recognition for National Service is a nationwide bipartisan effort to recognize the positive impact of national service in counties, to thank those who serve, and to encourage citizens to give back to their communities. The day is sponsored by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), the National Association of Counties, the National League of Cities, and Cities of Service.

 


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cinderella's closet CINDERELLA'S CLOSET

Cinderella’s Closet is open!  To view our dresses enter the photo gallery located on the right.  Click on the Cinderella’s Closet icon.  Click any photo for size and price information.  Lay-a-way plans are available.  For more information call 787-6566.


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Casey County Middle School 1673 E. KY 70
Liberty, KY 42539