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Adair County Schools . . . preparing every student to be college or career ready.

 

          

Superintendent's MESSAGE

I am honored to lead a team of highly motivated educators whose common goal is academic excellence across all grades and disciplines. We hav...
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Alan W. Reed
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Finding new ways to review for KPREP … Mrs. Waddell has figured it out!

With the KPREP right around the corner, 6th grade Science Teacher, Debra Waddell, has been coming up with creative ideas to not only keep her students focused at this time of the year, but also to reinforce core content. Her students have been working on Math questions by looking at statistical data collected from an experiment. They dropped pennies from a specific height, then recorded where they landed within several bulls eyes. The final step was plotting the information on a line plot, looking for gaps, clusters, skews and outliers! Not only were her students focused and reinforcing past lessons ….. they were having fun doing it! Kudos Mrs. Waddell! ---- shown in the picture is Brandon Foster working hard on preparing for the upcoming KPREP testing. He states Mrs. Waddell makes learning fun! Good luck to all the students preparing for the upcoming testing.

ACHS FBLA advance to National Conference

Congratulations to ACHS Future Business Leaders of America for their outstanding performance at KY FBLA State Leadership Conference in Louisville. The KY FBLA State Leadership Conference was held at the Galt House April 20-22 of this past week. ACHS had one team to place second; qualifying them for national competition. Andrew Grant add Noah Polston are the members of the Sports Entertainment Management team that placed and will attend Nationals in Chicago on June 29, 2015. Only first and second place qualify for national competition. Students competing at state were Mason Pyles, Noah Polston, Elijah Jackson, Daniel Corbin, Nathaniel Franklin, Andrew Grant, Leonardo Medina, Aaron Taylor, and Grant Cockerham. 

ACHS Fabrication Team Win First Place at Skills USA

The Adair County High School Lake Cumberland Technical Center Satellite Campus is proud to announce that after less than one year in existence instructor Barney Taylor and his Welding Fabrication team have won the school’s first State Title at the Skills USA Completion that was held this past weekend in Louisville KY. The team who consist of Dusty Claiborne (Son of Kevin and Shamarie Claiborne), Josh Grant (Son of Andy Grant and Denise Grant), and Chad Scholl (Son of Brad and Lachana Scholl) not only won prizes for their first place win but each received $7000 dollars in scholarship money to the Kentucky Welding Institute. With this win they advance to the National Skills USA competition held in June.

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