Campbellsville Elementary School kindergarten students are learning lots in their classroom, from math to reading and more.
Kindergarteners are also learning the proper way to behave in the hallway and at lunch.
On the first day of the school year, kindergarten students took a tour of the lunchroom to see how they are supposed to go through the lunch line to get their food.
Now that a few days of school have past, kindergarten students have learned how they line up in the hallway, walk through the lunch line and sit as they eat.
Campbellsville Independent Schools’ students eat breakfast and lunch for free.
Lunch menus are posted online at www.cville.kyschools.us.
Click “Breakfast and Lunch Menus” in the menu on the right hand side of the page.
CES Instructional Assistant Zach Durham helps kindergartener Finley Williams eat his lunch.
CES kindergarten teacher Leanna Cundiff helps her students go through the lunch line.
CES cafeteria worker Rebecca Walker helps CES kindergarteners carry their lunch trays.
CES cafeteria worker Shelly Wilson helps kindergarteners Trinidy Gribbins, center, and Rylee Karr select what they want to eat.
CES kindergartener Trinity Dye carries her lunch tray.
CES cafeteria worker Shelly Wilson helps kindergartener Alinna Bray choose what she wants to eat.
CES kindergartener Cash Davis carries his try.
CES kindergartener Kingston Cowherd carries his tray.
CES kindergartener Landry Brown carries his lunch tray.
CES kindergartener Daya Griffin carries her lunch tray.
CES kindergartener Levi Dye carefully carries his lunch tray.
CES kindergartener Cameron Dean opens a bag of chips.
CES kindergartener Jamerius Miller eats his tacos.
CES kindergartener Kyler Wilson opens his salsa.
CES kindergartener Landry Brown opens his drink.
CES kindergartener Fallyn Smith enjoys her applesauce.
CES Principal Elisha Rhodes helps kindergartener Donavon Bell wipe his mouth.