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iTHE HART COUNTY NEWS-HERALD j print@jpinews.com March 28, 2013 g5 PHOTO BY ELAINE DIGGES, THE NEWS-HERALD JERRI HARPER, PRINCIPAL AT LEGRANDE ELEMEN- TARY SCHOOL, was awarded the attendance banner by Superintendent Ricky Line. LeGrande received both $500 checks for attaining the most improved and the highest at- tendance for the sixth month of the school year. Operation Preparation held at Cave00a Middle School Over the past few weeks, 8th grade students of Caverna Middle School have participated in Op- eration Preparation. Opera- tion Preparation is a joint incentive of the Kentucky Department of Education and the Department of Workforce Development. CMS Principal Barry Nesbitt, Guidance Coun- selor Jane Edwards and Family Resource/Youth Service Director Wilma Bunnell have met individ- ually with each 8th grader. Each conversation with the students revolved around the college and career ready process. According to the Cen- ter for Education and the Workforce, in the next 7-10 years, more than half the jobs in Kentucky and more than 60 percent of jobs nationwide will re- quire postsecondary edu- cation (either a two year or four year degree). Most of the remaining jobs will help focus students on pre- paring for their future and becoming college/career March is Operation Preparation College-/Ca- reer Advising Month in Kentucky, a time when stu- dents across the state will be getting advice on what they can do to prepare aca- demically for their futures. Caverna Middie Schools took part in the program last week for 8th students at Caverna Middle School. Community guest speakers Jerry Lundin- WKU Pro- fessor - Jeff Wright, Cave City Police Chief, Ashley Bell Barren County Tech- nical, and Millie Ortiz Dart Human Relations Manager. Throughout the week guest speakers were invit- ed to the school and spoke with the students sharing real-life work experiences with students, college ex- perience and what it means to be "college and career ready." Jerry Lundin West- ern Kentucky University Career Day Speakers open Caverna students' eyes It's never too early to start thinking about a ca- reer-or at least to explore what you might like to do. That's the message eighth- graders at Caverna Middle School heard at Career Day on March 6th. Several professionals volunteered their time to talk about what they do and to answer questions from .young, inquisitive minds. Pictured Below: CMS stu- dents gathering informa- tion. As part of the prepa- ration, Cavema Family Resource/Youth Service Centers and Barren/Hart County Extension Of- fice hosted a Reality Store at Caverna Middle/High Schools earlier this year. The goal of Reality Store is to help the students un- derstand the "reality" of their choices, now and in the future. As they con- sider their high school career, this activity helps them realize that the effort they put into their studies today could positively af- fect their futures of tomor- row. The students decide on their career during a pre-session, their salary is determined, and then they walk through'booths, add- ing up their life's expenses. The "egg of chance" ran- domly choose one of life's unexpected expenses: car problems, house repairs, health issues, etc. The fi- nancial analysis in the end is sometimes a surprise.:.. just like real life! Every 8th grade student at Cavema Middle School has been scheduled to meet with Principal Barry Nes- bitt, Guidance Councelor Jane Edwards, and Family Resource/Youth Service Coordinator Wilma Bun- nell to talk "about: career aspirations and required education/training and workforce skills whether the student is on. target to meet his or her goals whether the student is taking the courses recom- mended to prepare .him or her for a successful future Mrs. Bunnell, stated, "It is so important that we connect with our students about what career path they want to choose. We have to have these indi- vidual conversations with our students to help sup- port and prepare them for their path to college/career readiness." to Academics Honors' List Campbellsville Universi- ty Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Frank Cheatham has announced the academic honors' list for the fall 2012 semester. The academic honors' list recognizes students who achieve a grade point aver- age of 3.50 or above for the semester with a course load of at least 12 hours. The fall 2012 academic honors' list includes a total of 627 students, with 256 named to the President's List for achieving a 4.0 grade point average, and 371 named to the Dean's List for achiev- inga 3.5 to 3.99 GPA. Lindsey Lee Burd, Har- dyville was named to the Dean's List for the 2012 fall semester. HCHS hosts career o conversations Hart County High School tenth grade students were able to learn about various careers during Operation Preparation activities dur- ing the week of March 18. Pictured above are Amber Huffman, Hart County's 4H Extension Agent, and Lisa Cook of Dart Container, speaking to Mr. Houston Cruse's World Civilization class. Other career speak- ers included Donita Lash- ley and Lucy Juett of the Western Kentucky AHEC Program (health fields) and Chastity McCorkle, Proba- tion and Parole Officer. Ken- tucky Department of Educa- tion encourages Operation Preparation in middle and high schools to ensure each eighth and tenth grader is exposed to potential careers. Hart County High Principal Debbie Fowler expressed her appreciation to Paula Clark, Family Resource and Youth Service Center Direc- tor, for scheduling the busi- ness professionals to speak with the students. Students were attentive and eager to learn more about the careers explored. Jobe Publishing has more than 4000 photos and all are for sale by simply getting the number and calling our local office. For $3.95 for the first photo and $.95 for all others you can have your own full-color copy of All photos printed in 5 x 8 proportional size unless specifically requested. PHOTO BY ELAINE DIGGES, THE NEWS-HERALD CUB RUN PRINCIPAL NAll;HAN SMITH named Kathy Ballard, Steve Kistler, Janet Kistler and Linda Childress as supporters of the month at the recent Board of Educa- tion meeting. PHOTO BY ELAINE DIGGES, THE NEWS-HERALD Superintendent Ricky Line, right, recognized schools supporter Steve Kistler as a"key contributor to academic tournaments and science fairs" in the district. Kistler has re- tired from teaching high school science and assisting with the Gifted and Talented program but is still an essential figure in extracurricular activities. THE HORSE CAVE ROTARY CLUB recognized two Hart County High School stu- dents as Students of the Month recently. They are Hannah Puckett, left, and Haleigh Puckett. Teacher Carol Green accompanied them to the Rotary meeting where they were presented Student of the Month certificates. JOBE PUBLISHINI ?, INC. We offer both offset and digitalprinting, with an in-house bindery department capable of perfecting binding, folding, collating, saddle stitching, and more. Having everything on our premises allows for fast turn-around times so we can meetyourprinting needs on time, every time. 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