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Thank You First Responders 7

Here is a short video to thank our first responders for their service. This video was was part of our recent Donuts and Donations project. Special thanks to Katherine Curry and Katie Burton for their work on this video.

 

ACPC Teacher Has Art Work on Display in Frankfort 1

We are proud to announce our very own ACPC art teacher, accomplished visual and musical artisan, and Native American, Darlene Campbell, has artwork represented in the on-going exhibit sponsored by the Kentucky Arts Council, the Kentucky Native American Heritage Commission and the Kentucky Heritage Council.

 

Donuts and Donations- First Responders Project Update 1

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The Dinner Table Project for November (Both English and Spanish Version) dinner

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ACPC Celebrates Veterans 1

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Learn Why School Attendance is So Important 1

In this new resource from Attendance Works, a variety of parents speak about the importance of school attendance and making sure absences don't add up. This video offers practical, every day steps parents can take to help their children attend school and highlights ways schools and communities can help reduce barriers to attendance.

https://vimeo.com/101425388

Dinner Table Project for October 1

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December 2nd is Make-Up Picture Day

😃School Picture Make-Up Day 😃

Thursday, 12/2, 8:00-10:00

Virtual Students Pics at 8:00

We cannot guarantee makeups will be back

before we release for Christmas Break.

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1st Grade Agriculture Safety Day Cow

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Our Progressive Agriculture Farm Safety for 1st graders was a hit. We had great weather and a great program.

 Adair County High School Ag. Facility hosted the program and events. The 1st graders had the chance to attend safety day demonstrations on Tractor, ATV, and Livestock safety. Each student and volunteer received a Farm Safety Day T-shirt and other materials related to the safety booths. Through hands-on activities, participants learned how to prevent farm and home accidents and how to reduce the extent of injuries if accidents do occur. Special speakers and interactive demonstrations reinforced children taking responsibility for their own safety, respecting parents safety rules, and sharing safety tips with their family and friends.

The Adair County 4-H Program received a grant from the Progressive Agriculture Foundation to sponsor the safety days. The national sponsors for the Progressive Agriculture Foundation are Bunge North America, Nutrien, TC Energy, CHS, Inc., John Deere, Farm Credit Council, Cargill, Corteva agriscience, Enbridge, Bayer, and CASA/ACSA. The local sponsors are Adair County 4-H, Adair County Cooperative Extension Service, Adair County Farm Bureau, Adair County FFA, Adair County Cattlemen's Association, Adair County Schools, Columbia/Adair County Fire Department, Adair County Ambulance Service, Green River Corp of Engineers, Adair County Elementary School Family Resource Center, Adair County Primary Center Family Resource Center, and Wright Implement of Campbellsville.

Without the support of these national and local sponsors the Progressive Ag. Farm Safety Day would not be possible. Many thanks to the Adair County FFA for hosting the Safety Day at their facility and for teaching several of the safety booths.