Adairville News keeps community informed
By Kaye Hendricks, Adairville Reading


Posted on April 29, 2015 3:11 PM



How do students and staff at Adairville School keep up with school and community happenings? With the Adairville News, of course!

Adairville middle school students are keeping their school informed on important late breaking news of the day. The Adairville News team writes and produces weekly news programs that are presented in a video format for all teachers to share with their students. The news team includes features such as class of the week, student of the week, upcoming events, current events, honor roll, weather and birthdays.

John Hendricks presented the first installment of The Adairville News at a Logan County School Board meeting last week. School board members were impressed with the work the students at Adairville have done.

Adairville School is proud of what the news team is doing. Take a look at the link below to view an episode of the student written, filmed, edited & produced Adairville News.

http://video.cdn.schoolpointe.com/KY_LoganCntySchs%2f2015%2f04%2fvideos%2f1fa1c6dd-3592-4793-b22d-d0d65d92a683.mp4

Students pictured in photo above: (back row, left to right): Roy Flores, Christopher Goin, Austin Epley, Miles Keener, John Hendricks, Brennan Davenport, Korbin DeBerry (middle row, left to right): Lauren Barnes, Olivia Bouldin, Keyleigh Harlan, Brittany Garrett, Katie Ray Hollaman (front row, left to right): Lindsey Allen, Shelby Byrum, Haley Chambers, Emma Macy Not pictured: Ellie DeLaney, Damon Stephens




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