A4 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2012
Hard Work Cafe
Students chosen for reward in the Hard Work Cafe Jan. 26 at Perryville Elementary School include, from
left: Front row, Mason Downey, Jayce Matherly, Emily Reynolds, Kinley Bonta, Reagan Maddox, Maddie
Moore and Ryan Hardy. Back row: Gabe Phillips, Madison Luttrell, Caleb Kernodle, Bailee Aguliar, Abby
Tackett and family resource director Carol Sargent.
Tooth Fairy dental
program at Hustonville
Lee Ann Taylor,
right, of the
Health Department, and her
Taylor Judy, a
fifth-grade student at
Daughters of the American Revolution
essay contest winners announced
e St. Asaph's Chapter of
the Daughters of the American Revolution announces
the local winners of this
year’s essay contest.
e topic was the War of
1812 in honor of the 200th
anniversary of the war.
ere were two age categories of competition, one
for ﬁfth-graders and the
other for sixth- through
First-place winner in the
ﬁfth-grade category was
Haley Hopkins, a student at
Hogsett Elementary School
in Danville. e secondplace winner was Jenna K.
Hopkins, her sister, also a
student at Hogsett. Haley
and Jenna's parents are
Barry and Norma Hopkins.
ird place was a tie between Gabrielle Burger,
daughter of Mike and Kris
Danville musician to perform
with EKU symphony
Bill Summers, of Danville,
rehearses with the Eastern
Kentucky University Wind
Symphony. The group,
under the direction of EKU
Director of Bands Dr. Joe
Allison, will perform a free
concert 6:30 p.m. Feb. 24
at the EKU Center for the
Arts. The concert is part of
EKU’s annual High School
Honors Band Clinic. The
following day, famed
Marsalis and the Lincoln
Center Jazz Orchestra will
present a masterclass for
the clinic participants and
present a concert at the
center. For more information about the EKU Center
for the Arts, visit ekucenter.com.
Photo by Stephanie Cole
Paint Lick students
win attendance race
Burger, and Morgan Remae
Vest, daughter of Jodi and
Shana Vest. Both are ﬁfthgrade students at Hogsett.
First-place honors in the
grades six through eight category went to Charlotte
Marie Lackney, daughter of
Todd and Susan Lackney.
Charlotte is an eighthgrader at Bate Middle
School in Danville.
In honor of the winners, a
reception will be held 2 p.m.
Sunday at First Christian
citizens of the month
Woodlawn Elementary School's Citizens of the Month for January
have been chosen. Students in kindergarten through second grade, from
left, include: First row, Leah Barnes, Ella Swafford, Jorga Sanford, Kamryn
Gesin, Grant Frisby and Ben Coomer. Second row: Ethan Parson, Ethan
Montgomery, Clarissa Wilburn, Trista Chambers, Ivonne Tapia and Dusty
Duggins. Third row: Daelyn Moore, Max Ruben, Karly Longwill, Morgan
Naylor, Hannah Faulkner and Hagan Harrison. Fourth row: Molly Wise,
Ayden Cloyd, Ibby Al-Anati, Jasalyn Richards and Colten Wilson.
Second-graders Haleigh Ellison, front left, and Reese Pendygraft, front
right, Lee Ann Taylor of the Lincoln County Heath Department and Tooth
Fairy Taylor Judy, help demonstrate the importance of good dental hygiene and flossing.
Students count up
100 days of school
Dakato Ratliff in Gayle
Best's kindergarten class
at Perryville Elementary
School holds 100
uni-fix cubes on the
100th day of school.
Each day the students
added one cube until
they had finished the 1's,
10's and 100's-place by
adding cubes on the
These second-graders in Connie Brown's classroom won the January
Attendance Race at Paint Lick Elementary School. The classroom's average attendance for the month 97.3 percent. Students received a special
“Winner’s Circle” lunch and other accolades for their accomplishment.
The students, from left, are: Alaina Sparks, Laina Green, Clint West, Ryan
Wilmot, Molly Morrow, Zander Powell, Kennedy McGuffey and Kylie
Couch. Second row: Dewey Harrison, Shay Profitt, Alexis Miller, McKenzie Wilmot, Priscilla Floyd, Dakota Napier, Anthony Salsbury, Tucker Oliver
and Tommy Moore. Third row: Teacher Connie Brown and student
teacher Tyler Moore of Eastern Kentucky University.
Students Tate Tackett, left, and Daniel Kaiser show members of
their class, Gayle Best's kindergarten at Perryville Elementary School, two
books they read on the 100th day of school. At left is "From 1 to 100"
and at right is "Miss Bindergarten Celebrates 100 days of Kindergarten.”
Students wear 100 items or bring 100 items to count to celebrate the
100th day of school.
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Students in third through fifth grades include, from left: First row:
Kaylee Whitsell, Jamie Bordeaux, Alana Lassiter, Logan Farmer, Madison
Readnour and Chandler Brown. Second row: Maggie Moser, Robert
Sauer, Sydney Pinson, Landry Woodrum, Ashlee Curtsinger and Addison
Cocanougher. Third row: Vanna Wiechart, Karson Carrier, Nikki Wofford,
Chris Duffy, Mya VanSteenlandt and Will LaFavers. Fourth row: Jaclyn
Little, Gryphon Elam, Ben Hatfield and Caroline Hart.
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