LCHS JROTC, FFA shine in major competitions
By Caycee Spears, Principal

Posted on April 15, 2018 8:43 AM


We hope everyone had a good first week back. Our teachers have taken time this week to remind the students of the academic and behavior expectations. We will continue to maintain procedures throughout the last six weeks of school to ensure a safe and orderly learning environment.


Congratulations to Jaden Hayes for being the top scorer on the American Private Enterprise System (APES) program this past week. He advances to state competition in June.

UK Camp

UK has announced this summer’s Women in Engineering Camp for girls interested in Engineering June 24-30. Cost is $450 for more info

Guidance info (April 16-20)

Thursday, April 19 – Youth Leadership Logan; Jostens here w/caps and gowns

Thursday – Friday, April 19-20 -Sally Flowers Moody Scholarship interviews

EOC’s throughout the week


Chinese competition (from teacher Qiang Zhang)

Our Chinese class had three students participate in the second session of Chinese Bridge Competition held by CI at WKU. Their parents also went there with them. And I feel proud to inform you that our 10th grader, Brendon McKinnis, won the second place in Chinese speech competition among around 30 high school contestants from different parts of Kentucky.

LC JROTC (from CSM Brockman)

Recently, the LCHS JROTC participated in the last drill team and color guard competition for this school year the year. The results follow





LCHS JROTC took home the Overall first place trophy for the competition. 

The members of the team are:

Seniors: Alex Fitzpatrick, Dominique Goin, Robert Lewis

Junior: Gracie Richey

Sophomores: Joshua Durham, Hunter Henbest, Julian Stotlemyer

Freshmen: Adam Parnell, Kendall Deen, Autumn Pierce, Casey Hadden, Emma Richey, Jenna Blythe, Abigail Johnson, Cheyenne Garrett, Tim Wilson, Ethan Settles, Jayden Bowersock, Kirsten Johnson and Ethehan Armstrong

From Russellville High School: senior Bree Lewis and sophomores Kaleigh Hughes and Madison Creek

If you see these fine young men and women please congratulate them on their performance. On another note they were complemented by patrons of the restaurant where we ate on their manners and politeness. I was very proud to be associated with them. A special thank you goes out to Coach Lee Proctor, who allowed to use the auxiliary gym during his class time for last minute practice and rehearsal.

FFA (from Mr. Jay Campbell)

We had a successful FFA Paper work competition over the break at WKU Ag Expo. Students prepared their record books for their SAE area and competed against 11 other schools in our region. The student Proficiency /SAE area and results of the contest are listed below. The students with an S1 rating will go on to Rupp Arena this summer to compete at the State level. 

Noah Rust –Grain Production Placement- S 1 Fiber and or Oil Crop Production s-1

Rachel Taylor-Vegetable Production-S 1

Jailyn Campbell-Diversified Agriculture Production- S 1

Jessie Collins-Dairy Production ENT- S1

Jessalyn Robey-Dairy Production Placement- s-1/ Equine Science Placement s-1

Lindsay Allen-Ag Sales Ent- S 1

Jackson Blythe –Food Science and Technology s-1 Agriculture Processing s 1

Hayley Hallman-Landscape management-S 1

Ethan Robey-Forage Production-S 1

Caroline Davenport-Specialty Crop Production s 1/ Nursery Operations S-1

Meleea Reno-Ag Science research Animal Systems-s1

Jordan Baer-Ag Mechanics Repair and Maintenance-S1; Ag Mechanics Design and Fabrication S1

Zach Brinkley-Wildlife Management-S1

Superior –Scrapbook by Hannah Price

Superior-Treasurer Book by Rachel Taylor

Superior-Secretary Book by Zach Milam

Alex Walpole-Specialty Animal Production Excellent Beef Production Placement E

Jailyn Campbell -Diversified Livestock Production-Superior

Kolton Coomer- Outdoor Recreation –S

Ashley Taylor-Agriculture Sales Placement-S Poultry Production -S

Zach Milam –Swine Production Entrepreneurship –S Swine Production Placement –S

Ashlyn Tracy-Vet Science Placement –S Small animal production and Care- S

Hannah Price-Ag Communications-Superior Agriculture Education -S

Korbin Deberry-Environmental Science and Natural Resource –S Forest Management and products-S

Hayley Hallman-Turf Grass Management-s

Lindsey Allen-Home and or community Development-S

Briley Robinson-Goat Production-S

Ethan Robey-Diversified Crop Production-S



The ceremony will be held Sunday, May 27 at 4:00 p.m. at Diddle Arena on WKU’s campus.

Scheduling update (repeat info)

The counselors are going to postpone going into classrooms until and scheduling individual appointments until the end of April/first of May due to the state budget delay and EOC testing being April 16-27 this year.


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