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Adair County Middle School Academic Team Sweeps 6th Grade Showcase Competition Adair County Middle School - Always Challenging Middle School Students to Succeed. ACMS students participated in the state marching band competition in Lexington, KY. Check out our athletics page. Adair County Middle School students present a project at the Regional Student Technology Leadership Showcase in Somerset, KY on November 29, 2017.

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ACMS Academic Team Sweeps 6th Grade Showcase Competition Adair County Middle School Academic Team Sweeps 6th Grade Showcase Competition

By:  Vicki Leibeck-Owsley, ACMS Academic Team Coach

On Saturday, December 1st, 6th Graders from Adair, Russell, Green, and Monroe County Middle School Academic Teams gathered at Adair County Middle School for the Kentucky Association for Academic Competition’s annual Kentucky Colonel’s 6th Grade Showcase, an academic competition designed “ to provide a competitive opportunity for Kentucky’s sixth graders, who are sometimes “lost” between elementary (4-5) and middle grades (6-8) Governor’s Cup competition.”

ACMS Homecoming 2018

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PLUGGED IN: Middle School Utilizes Digital Classrooms Students in Mrs. Brittany Smith's class at Adair County Middle School incorporate technology into their classroom assignments on a daily basis.

By:  John Overby, Assistant Editor, Adair Progress, October 18, 2018 Print Edition

When walking into Mrs. Sarah Antle’s eighth-grade math classroom, how the room is set up jumps out immediately. The desks are not in rows. They are instead divided into four separate clusters, most facing different directions. On one side of the room, Antle sits nestled in a swivel chair, positioned at a semi-circle desk with a group of students seated around her.

Technology is everywhere. There are two smart boards positioned in different corners of the room. When the students walk in, they each grab a Google Chromebook laptop, a calculator, and their own personal dry-erase board with markers, which they use to take notes by working out problems and taking photos of it with their Chromebooks.

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