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168 students went to regionals to compete in the STLP (student technology leadership Program Nine fourth grade students working as a team in science. A group of fourth grade students working hard in science class. A classroom of fourth grade students wearing "shark week" t-shirts. Three photos of fourth grade students smiling as they work on a science experiment! Four photos of fourth grade students happily working on their science experiment! Five fifth grade students learn flag etiquette from three local military Veterans. Several photos of Bobcat students playing in the gym. Several students work on 4H activities during Wacky Wednesday Related Arts schedule in the gym. Several fourth grade girls work on their 4H activities during our Wacky Wednesday Related Arts schedule in the gym. Two photos of grandparents enjoying lunch in the cafeteria with their Bobcat grandchildren during Grandparents Luncheon! All fourth graders enjoy playing games during Wacky Wednesday in the gym! Photo of front facade of Silver Creek Elementary School. Photos of five Bobcat students smiling happily for the camera! Several photos of Bobcat students as they work hard during school! Many Bobcat students hard at work during their classes! Photo of second graders work with Smartboard technology.

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Foley art teacher's article featured in national magazine Foley Art Teacher Patricia Weiner

Congratulations to Mrs. Patricia Bryant Weiner, Art Teacher at Foley Middle School. Mrs. Weiner submitted an article to School Arts Magazine along with Foley student samples. The article, As Seen Through Their Eyes, is published in the March 2017 edition. 

Youth Wrestling Team wins State Championship Group photo of the youth wrestling team that won the state championship.

Months of training and hard work paid off for the Madison County Youth Wrestling Club. The determination and sacrifice of each wreslter helped the team win it’s first state title at the Kentucky State Wrestling Association State Championship in Division III last weekend. Madison County scored 88 points to win the title, outpacing its nearest competitor by 3.5 points. Throughout the state, 59 teams were represented, with over 1100 wrestlers participating in the tournament.  Madison County sent 15 participants to the tournament, while 49 wrestled throughout the season. Five Madison County wrestlers reached the finals and two won state titles for the Madison County Youth wrestling club at the state tournament in Louisville on February 5. 

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