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CES students raise money for American Heart Association


Campbellsville Elementary School students recently participated in Jump Rope for Heart and raised money for the American Heart Association.


Twelves students in second and third grades participated and raised $181.


The top fundraiser was second-grader Tye Rhodes, who raised $80.


This year’s CES Jump Rope for Heart participants are, front, from left, third-grader Savannah Wethington, second-graders Lashonda Wilkinson and Jaylin Christie, third-graders Chyanne Christie, Aliyah Burton and Paige Ritchie and CES guidance counselor Sonya Orberson. Back, Campbellsville Middle School special education teacher Katie Wilkerson, second-graders Mason Davis, Tye Rhodes and Trever Lasley, third-grader Connor Coots and second-graders Joseph Greer and Evan Cundiff. Absent from the photo is third-grade participant Nora Harris.

CES students honored at leadership luncheon


Campbellsville Elementary School’s Leaders of the Month for the month of January were recently honored with a luncheon.


Teachers choose one student from their classrooms who exhibit leadership skills throughout the month to be named a Leader of the Month.


And, at the end of the month, CES Lighthouse Team members host a lunch to honor the students.


CES first-grader Willow Griffin thanks retired teacher Betsy Blakeman for having lunch with her.

Community leaders read to CES students


Campbellsville Elementary School students recently received a visit from several special guests.


CES Family Resource and Youth Services Center hosted “A Few Good Men and Women” to read to students.


Brent Thompson reads to CES first-graders.

CES art students make African necklaces


Campbellsville Elementary School art students recently made their own African necklaces.


In Adrienne Hash’s class, students are studying the Guaymi people, the largest Native American group in Panama.


They learned about chaquira necklaces, which are beaded collars worn by the Guaymi people.


CES second-grader Lashonda Wilkinson colors her African necklaces.