Good News Reports for February

Posted on March 5, 2014 9:02 PM

Each month, the six schools in the Logan County system are invited to present Good News reports to the board of education. These are the reports for February:



*During the 2013-2014 Homecoming Festivities, 8th grader Austin Rayno was crowned as king, and 8th grader Rachel Pitts was crowned as queen.

*The Adairville School Academic Team placed 1st in District Governor’s Cup with 16 students advancing to Regional Governor’s Cup to compete in all written assessments which include the arts & humanities, language arts, math, science, and social studies assessments; composition; and future problem solving events.  At Regional Governor’s Cup where students from 17 area schools participated in academic events, Olivia Bouldin, Keyleigh Harlen, Sawyer Hopkins, and Samuel Noe earned 1st place in Future Problem Solving, and Olivia Bouldin earned 1st place in Composition. These regional winners will advance to State Governor’s Cup in March which will be held in Louisville.

*The Adairville Boys Basketball Team won the District Tournament Championship held at Logan County High School.

*In recognition of our championship athletic and academic accomplishments, Adairville School was selected by News Channel 5 as the “School of the Day” on Tuesday, Feb. 18, and Adairville Mayor Donna Blake proclaimed this day as “Adairville Cardinal Day.”  During a special Morning Assembly, Mayor Blake presented members of the Academic Team and Boys Basketball Team with certificates of recognition.

*At the 7th Annual Cardinal Classic Archery Tournament held at the school on February 21 & 22, Joe Gloyd placed 5th in the 10 meter shoot, Shelby Byrum placed 3rd in the 7th grade girls division, Brennan Davenport placed 2nd in the 7th grade boys division, Bailey McCaleb placed 1st in the 7th grade boys division, and Curtis Shelton placed 2nd in the 8th grade boys division.



Shannon Pearson, fifth grade teacher, will be recognized on Feb. 27 as the 2014 Logan County Chamber of Commerce Teacher of the Year.



*Over 60 percent of Chandler’s parents attended last week’s student-led conferences.

*The elementary archery team placed third in the regional tournament to advance to state competition next month.

*The Academic Team received the Sportsmanship Award at regional competition.

*Eighth grader Kaleb Justice (first place), seventh grader Laurah McGovern (second place), and sixth grader Derrick Deen (third place) advanced to the county-wide Spelling Bee.

*Eighth grader Alyssa Lowe recently served as a page for state legislators in Frankfort.



*Fifth grade received the Explore Learning grant for Reflex Math. The program is being used to improve fact fluency with intervention students.

*Lewisburg Middle School Cheerleaders received Grand Champion/1st Place at Logan County Middle School Cheer Competition, 1st Place in small division at Cupid Classic, and 1st Place in small division at Cheer Mania.

*Lewisburg Middle School Boys Basketball team was the Runner-up in the District Basketball Tournament on February 4th.

*Lewisburg Middle School Archery team placed 3rd in the Regional Archery Tournament, qualifying to compete in the state tournament in March.

*The following students placed in the Muhlenberg County Archery Tournament: William Poindexter, Daylan Lawrence, Brennon Long, Stuart Russell, Dylan Roberts, Haley Mead, Michael Drake and Tristan Blake.



*The elementary and middle school archery teams placed 1st in the Regional Archery Tournament qualifying to compete in the state tournament in March. The following students received awards: Brett Knifley, Emma Edler, Ryland Nichols, Ezra McIntosh, Haleigh Duncan, Paige Baldwin, Haley Dixon, Arika Wright and Jaden Hayes.

*The 6th grade Academic team members competed against other 6th graders in the region at 6th grade showcase.  Olmstead placed 3rd overall.  The following students received awards: Ashlyn Tracy, Nicholas Petrie, Lilly Morris, Hannah Matthews, Trevor Wright, Brylee Shemwell, Ethan Haley, and Jaden Hayes.

*On Jan. 18, the middle school team competed in District Governors Cup, and the following students received awards and moved on to regional competition: Rachel Taylor and Jaden Hayes.

*Linda Hager Park, Kentucky author, visited grades K-8 to talk to students about Appalachian culture. 

*Second and third graders have been learning to use their public library cards to conduct animal research.




*LCHS FCCLA competed in the Region IV Star Event Competition in January.  The following students placed, advancing them to state competition: Grace Harris, Carrie Coleman, Anna Holman, Raegan Cole, Sierra Morrow, Morgan Smith, Lexi Croft, Maddie Abbott and Victoria Cates.

*Ben Wright was named BG Daily News Athlete of the Week on Jan. 30.

*The following students were selected to participate in the WKU Honor Band Weekend:  Thomas Stratton, Hannah Crawford, Molly Bell, Zach Skotak, Nolan Kutzman, Caleb Williams, Alexandra Slaton, Emily Crutchfield and Layla Pfistner.

*The following Academic Team students placed in the District and qualified for Regional Governor’s Cup: Jerred Long, Nick Lashley, Jessica Dukes, Daniel Franklin, Austin Yewell and Douglas Shoulders. 

*Douglas Shoulders placed 7th in the Regional Academic Team Governor’s Cup competition.

*LCHS senior Rachyl Miller has signed to play college volleyball with Asbury University.

*LCHS senior Madison Abbott has signed to play college volleyball with Campbellsville University.


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