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Adopt-a-Highway Program accepting entries for 2018 Art Contest

Postmark deadline for entries is Nov. 16

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet encourages school-aged students from across the Commonwealth to submit original artwork for the annual Adopt-a-Highway Art Contest to promote a litter-free Kentucky and earn a prize.

The Adopt-a-Highway Program’s Art Contest is held annually to increase public awareness about the damaging effects of litter, change attitudes and behaviors about littering and educate Kentuckians about the Adopt-a-Highway program.

The contest is divided in to four age groups: 5-8, 9-11, 12-14 and 15-18. Winners of each age division earn a $100 gift card while second and third place finishers receive a $50 gift card. Additional information on the Adopt-a-Highway Program, including entry forms for the 2018 Adopt-a-Highway Art Contest can be found at www.transportation.ky.gov/Adopt-a-Highway.

Hart County's New Entrepreneurship Program

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FFA Trap Team Wins REGIONAL!

Congratulations Hart County FFA trap team on 1st place finish at the regional shoot!
Regional champs 2 years!  Now on to State!!!

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Dawson Horton, Sam Choate, Zachary Glass, Jasper Shrader and Tristen Miles great shooting guys.

Photo credit to Lee Miles

HC Trap Team (division 15-18 year old) place 1st in the State!

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The Trap Team (division 15-18 year old) placed 1st in the state.  Members include Jared Avery, Zack Glass, Dawson Horton, Trevor Meador and Tristen Miles.

Sophomore Hannah Williamson placed 1st in bow-hunter class (age 12-14) and 7th in target class (age 12-14).  
Junior Matthew England placed 5th in compound target class (age 15-19).

Brennen Thompson Ross placed 3rd in the 12-14 year old division.
Zack Glass placed 3rd in the 15-18 year old division.  

 

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The Hart County 4-H archery team competed in the state competition Saturday.  They competed against students from across the state of Kentucky.  Pictured are:  Back row Coach Melinda England, Hannah Williamson, Matthew England, Connor Thompson, and Jordan Stinson. Front row: Braydon Thompson and not pictured Nate Matthews.
 

Congratulations to these students!  Go Raiders!

LeGrande Teachers Featured in Campbellsville University School of Education Newsletter

Two Hensleys--One Hart County School

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LeGrande Elementary School, located in Horse Cave, Hart County, is the place to teach for the married Hensleys, Tyler and Sarah. While studying at CU, both were P-5 Education majors. Tyler graduated in May 2017, and Sarah in May 2018; they married in June 2017.

It's official!!! Cub Run Chorus is heading back to SKyPAC!

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HCHS Graduation Confirmed for 12:00 p.m. on Saturday (5/19/18)

                                                               Because of last evening's weather forecast, the HCHS graduation ceremony has been resceduled for noon today,  Saturday, May 19th.  With limited parking at the high school due to construction, the transportation department will provide bus service from Munfordville Elementary School (beginning at 10:15 a.m.) and the Munfordville Methodist Church (beginning at 10:45) to the high school campus before and after graduation. 

Congratulations graduates!

Summer Reading 2018
Summer Reading Program 2018Click here for all the information you need to earn awesome rewards while reading this summer!!!
Hart County Title I provides books for primary students

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Students enjoy their new books!

Hart County Middle School Cadet Guard WINS GOLD!

Congratulations to the Hart County Cadets as they placed 1st Saturday at the SCGC Championships held at EA Diddle Arena at WKU and were named Kentucky State Champions for their class.  The girls had an undefeated season placing 1st at 4 of the circuit competitions.

The Cadet guard boasts students from Bonnieville, LeGrande, Memorial, and Munfordville in grades 6-8. They are directed by Carolyn Johnson.

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Congrats Middle Grades Volleyball Team on an Awesome Season!

March 21, 2018: Schools Closed--Raider Day #8

  Due to inclement weather, Hart County Schools are closed today, March 21, 2018.  Today will be Raider Day #8.  Students should complete assignments to be turned in tomorrow.  School staff will contact their assigned students to provide assistance.  Please contact your school principal or teachers with any questions.

Schools Closed: Monday, March 12 is Raider Day #7

  Due to hazardous road conditions from the winter weather over night, Hart County Schools will not be in session today, Monday, March 12. Instead, students and staff will complete assignments for Raider Day #7. Students will be contacted by their assigned staff member. Please call your teacher or principal with any questions.

Email Migration Coming Soon

Click here for notes and tutorials regarding email migration.

January 19, 2018: Schools Closed (SNOW DAY)

snow dayDue to hazardous road conditions because of the recent winter weather, Hart County Schools will be closed on Friday, January 19, as a snow day.  Have a safe and enjoyable weekend.  We look forward to seeing everyone back in school on Monday!

Hart County and Owensboro Independent school districts on national advanced placement honor roll
Miss KY visits Hart County Schools

Miss Kentucky at LeGrande School

 

Miss KY at Bonnieville School

Don't Miss the Fun (and Prizes) of the Summer Reading Program 2017!

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Grab a great book and start reading!  Follow the link below for all the details!

Summer Reading Program 2017

Memorial School Awards Ceremony

Memorial School held Award Ceremonies on the last day of school, May 17, 2017.  Click Read More for links to videos.

ARK’s First Annual “Dawgy Dash” 5K Run/Walk

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Raider Football Camp
KPREP Testing Schedule May 1-5

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Hart County Literacy Day

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Future Raider Basketball Camp
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It's a week of fun and learning.  Please consider sending your kids or sharing this information to those who may be interested.
Memorial Winners in the KY Dept. of AG Poster and Essay Contest

Congratulations to these students who have work moving on to the state level of competition in the Kentucky Department of Agriculture poster and essay contest!
For more information please visit http://www.kyagr.com/marketing/poster-essay-contest.html

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Heart of Autism

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Memorial 3rd Graders Win Bicycles for Perfect Attendance

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Memorial GATS Students Science Pull In

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Read Across America 2017

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February 27th-March 3rd.

Donuts and Data for DADS

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January Ambassadors

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Raider Day Packets 6-10

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Conservation Art and Essay Winners

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Memorial Christmas Program 2016

Click to view the 2016 Memorial Christmas Program

Ravenclaw Needs YOUR Help!

Veterans Day Celebration

 

Veterans Day Program     

Memorial will be holding a Veterans Day Program on November 11th at 7”45 AM.  We would like to invite parents and community members to join us on this special day.  If you are a former student of Memorial and are serving in the military or have served, Memorial would like to recognize you on this day.  Please contact the office and let us know the years you served or are serving.  We would also like for you to attend and be recognized on this day.   You may also fill out a form that was sent home earlier. 

KIP Survey for Students

Munfordville Pizza Hut & The Literacy Project

The Munfordville location of Pizza Hut is in the midst of a national project in coordination with First Book, Inc. as part of "The Literacy Project."  This effort focuses on raising awareness and providing grant funds to local schools to purchase reading materials. In addition to store-wide incentives, Munfordville Pizza Hut will conduct a road block on Saturday, October 22, beginning at 9:00 a.m. in Munfordville.  For details, visit http://theliteracyproject.pizzahut.com/.

HCHS student receives leadership award at State Capitol as Kentucky celebrates GEAR UP Week!

Rachel McIntire, a junior at Hart County High School, was one of 25 students recognized in a ceremony in the State Capitol Sept. 20 as part of the first Kentucky GEAR UP Week Celebration. More than 100 students, parents and educators gathered in the Capitol Rotunda to recognize the GEAR UP Kentucky Students of the Year for their leadership among their peers, personal accomplishments and academic achievements.

  

District Literacy Event Survey

Our Title I Advisory Council met last week and generated several possible themes for the district literacy event.  The possible themes for the district literacy event are on a survey.   Parents/Guardians click on the picture for the link and select your choice for the 2017 Literacy Event.  Please complete the survey by October 15, 2016.

Memorial 4th Grade Reptile Invasion

Pizza Hut " Teaming UP for LITERACY"

Bitty Ball Coming in September

August Student Ambassadors

HCHS Soccer Team Posts Recent Win

Congratulations to the HCHS Boys Soccer Team for their recent win over Butler County.  See the team picture . . .

Elementary Academic Team

Summer Camp

Memorial 2nd,3rd, and 4th grade give bears to Ambulance Service

Memorial 3rd Graders Win Bicycles for Perfect Attendance


Memorial Students are All Distinguished for 2015

Memorial Students Receive Awards At the Science Fair

Memorial Students are Proficient/Distinguished At KMEA

Summer Opportunities for Gifted Students

Kentucky Association for Gifted Education (KAGE) has compiled a list of summer opportunities in Kentucky of interest to Gifted and Talented Students.

The list can be viewed at www.kagegifted.org/summercamps.  

There are activities available for many interests.  Please look at this site and see if you child would like to continue learning in their area of interest this summer.

Memorial School Honor Roll and Perfect Attendance 3rd NIne Weeks

 Perfect Attendance

 

A-B Honor Roll

All A HONOR Roll

Memorial Students and Staff Supports Butterflies for Maddie

Hart County District Literacy Event
Preschool Thru 1st Grade Service Project to Support BRAWA


 

Butterflies for Maddie

 

Monday, March 7th marked the beginning of the “Butterflies for Maddie” campaign.  Butterflies are 25 cents each and Ms. Burgess will give each homeroom a baggie with butterflies.  Teachers, if you run out of butterflies grades K-4 need to notify Ms. Burgess.  Grades 5 – 8 please notify Ms. Price.  Information about t-shirts & the 5K fundraiser will be sent home with students.  Also, the homeroom who collects the most money will receive a pizza party.

 

RTT Survey


School Calendar 3rd Change

Perfect Attendance 2nd NINE WEEKS

Memorial Honor Roll

A-B HONOR ROLL 2nd NINE Weeks

All A HONOR ROLL 2nd NINE WEEKS

Memorial Teachers Receive $5000 Dart Grant

Modern Woodmen Pays

Story Night with Santa

Memorial School Enjoying Christmas Dinner
Memorial Homecoming November 9-13

Miss Kentucky Visits Memorial

2015 Fall Festival Fun

Memorial Teachers Sharpen The Saw
Why is Math Taught Differently NOW?

Last week, a parent asked my why her child was learning math in a completely different way than how she had learned it. People ask me this question so often, I decided to record my answer for you.

The question that often follows this is, “how can I help my child when I didn’t learn math this way?”. You’ll find this answer near the end of the video as well.

http://www.mathplusacademy.com/heres-why-math-is-taught-differently-now/

Mobile Milk Parlor Visits Memorial School
Memorial Fall Festival

 Friday October 16th, 2015

Memorial Celebrates Constitution Day.

Students Lyndsey Sweet, Lillie Brown and Alyssa Sallee share the Bill of Rights with the Memorial Students.

 

UP Close with the Animals

PTSA Paragon Sales KICK-OFF

August Ambassadors
Jr. High Football Schedule

Connor Richardson Takes AIM

Memorial's Eighth Graders--- "Last First Day"

Kindergarten Night Fun

Summertime Rules!!!!

 

 

Summer Reading

All summer reading forms must be turned in to your school library media specialist by Friday, August 14!! 

KINDERGARTEN NIGHT

Kindergarten Night JULY 27th 4:30 PM

Back To SChool Bash!

JULY 28th 5:00 PM

 

TODAYS LEADER

BOGO BOOK FAIR!

May 20th, 21st, and 22nd

   

Chamber of Commerce Teacher of the Year Nominations

                      

Technology Fair 2015 Details

The annual technology fair--which features cash prizes for students and teachers--is scheduled for May 18.  The deadline to enter is May 8.  Checkout the details at the link on the left or at http://www.hart.kyschools.us/Content2/490.

Autism Awareness Week

Tickets Are Still Available For Annie Jr.

Tickets are still available for Cub Run Elementary School’s production of Annie Jr. at the SKyPAC in Bowling Green on April 16, 2015.  This is a field trip opportunity incorporating all four areas of the arts and can be used as evidence for program reviews.  School day performance tickets are on sale for $3 each.  Schools will also receive one free chaperone ticket for every 10 student tickets sold.  The school day performance will begin at 10:00am and will last approximately 90 minutes. Contact Stephanie Hensley at Cub Run School for tickets or more information. 

February Leaders of the Month

 

Front Row L to R:  Brextyn Rowe, Ava Lile, Lilly Seaborne, Maddox Carroll, Brandi Avery, Nick Kersey, Caymen Martin, Makenzy Coble, Kathryn Cooke

Back Row L to R:  Tori Gentry, Mariah Puryear, Dalton Groce, Alissa Ashley, Laura Jaggers, Desarea Bryant, Josyln Tinnell, Guest Speaker Luke Avery

 

Teachers Attend ECET2

ECET2 stands for Elevating and Celebrating Effective Teaching and Teachers. ECET2 provided a forum on September 20, 2014, for exceptional teachers to learn  from each other and to celebrate the teaching profession. The Green River Region was one of the first regions to host an ECET2 event for the most outstanding teachers in our area. The following teachers were nominated as exemplary teachers and invited to attend this event:  Shelly Carroll, Andrea Nichols, Shayna Tyree, Angela Barbour, Jeff Reed, and Shanna Smith.  One of the many topics the teachers explored during the event was blended/flipped learning.  The district is exploring options for future technological needs, and this group of teachers has been chosen to pilot  innovative practices and strategies to enhance student achievement through personalized learning.

Cub Run Elementary Wins KAAC 6th Grade Showcase!

On December 6, Cub Run Elementary School hosted the annual KAAC 6th grade showcase event sponsored by the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels.  Identical to the Governor's Cup event, with the exception that it does not include Future Problem Solving competition, the showcase is an opportunity for 6th grade students to compete across the state.  Cub Run hosted section eight competition which included middle schools from Elizabethtown Indepedent, Larue, Hardin, and Grayson counties.  Cub Run was the overall winner!

8th Grade Athletes and Cheerleaders Honored

Memorial Students Win Lions Club Poster Contest

1st Place Demetri Gibson                       2nd Place Timmy Dale

Memorial Homecoming Nov 21

Front Row:  7th grade Princess Candidates-- Lindsey Sweet, Sarah Tweedy, Summer Kelly, Asia Clark.

Back Row: 8th grade Queen Candidates-- Desarea Bryant, Lee Ann Karber, Alexis Slayton, Allyson Slayton

Veterans Day

Little League Basketball Sign-ups

Halloween Celebration

Gear Up- 8th Grade Goes to WKU

October Student Leaders: PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST

 

October Leaders of The Month

 

Front Row L to R:  Jacob Strange, Austin Martin, Jeslynn Maulden, Chamberlee Rowe, Emily Jeffries, Aubrey Hemm, Haley Wells

Back Row L to R:  Jacob Pippin, Christina Burd, Will Carroll, Elijah Elmore, Abby Gardner, Emory Emerson, Guest Speaker—Virginia Davis

Absent from Photo: Haley Wells, Blake Whorton

1st Nine Weeks Perfect Attendance

1st Nine Weeks Perfect Attendance

Memorial Honor Roll

A/B HONOR ROLL

ALL A HONOR ROLL

Memorial Students Against Bullying

                                      

 

Memorial Fall Festival

Fall Festival/Early Release DAy

FRIDAY October 17.  School dismissed at 1PM!  !

   Don’t forget---Our annual Fall Festival sponsored by the PTSA will be This Friday—October 17th.  The Chili Supper and Silent Auction will begin at 4:30PM.  The games and activities in the gym will open at 5PM.  The auction will begin following the closing of the gym at 7:00PM.   All proceeds will go to our STUDENTS!!!!  So come on out, bring the entire family and help support or great Memorial students—the BEST in HART COUNTY!!!!!!

The fall festival will also be open on Friday Morning for students to enjoy.PTSA will be selling tickets on Thursday October 16th.If you would like for your student to buy tickets, please send money with them on Thursday.Tickets are 25 cents each and most games are 1-4 tickets.The Schedule for Friday is listed below.

 8:30-9:30—7th and 8th

9:30-10:30— K-2nd

10:30-11:30—5th-6th

11:30-12:40—3rd-4th

Hart County Students Excel--Again--on State Testing!!!

The Kentucky School Report Cards were released on Friday, October 3, 2014, for all public schools in Kentucky.  The Hart County School District scored Proficient for the third year in a row, meaning we were in the top 30 percent of school districts all three years of the new accountability system.  We improved from 84% last year to 87% this year, and each of our schools performed at a high level.

District Literacy Event

Please follow the link below to vote for your choice of theme for the 2015 Hart County District Literacy event.  Thank you!

 

Vote here!!

New Crumb Rubber Mulch

Proactive Leaders of The Month

Open Enrollment July 14th 8 AM - 3 PM

 

Summer Learning: Why IT IS IMPORTANT!!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

SBDM MEMBERS FOR 2014-15

Sarah Vetter- Teacher

Ronda Wilson- Teacher

Neil Nunn- Teacher

Christine Shelton-Parent

Lori Beth Avery- Parent

KPREP TESTING PREP WEEK

Memorial Students Headed to Nationals

J.D Miller, Jeb Anderson, Josh Rich

Students Have All Distinguished in 2012-2013

 

Hugo Arce, Rylee Johnson, Robin Wilson, and Superintendent Ricky LIne

8th grade Title 9 Survey

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/F7VYWQR

Perfect Attendance 2nd Nine Weeks

 

A-B Honor Roll 2nd Nine Weeks

All A Honor Roll 2nd Nine Weeks

Bicycle Winner!

Patrick Pennington donated the bike he won back to the school. 

Earl Douglas was the winner of the second bike drawing.

Make-up Snow Day FEBRUARY 17

Christmas around the World!!!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

Principal for a Day!

Ayden Robinson was the highest bidder back in November at the Memorial Fall Festival.  He won the honor of serving as Principal for a day at school.  He is shown here awarding students who were chosen to be Leaders of the Month.  Ayden will be conducting meetings, observing classrooms, and having a nice lunch.  Congratulations to Ayden.

December Student Leaders

Sock Drive

GATS Leadership students at Memorial are sponsoring a sock drive for the students in our school.  All you have to do is drop off socks in the box. 

Memorial Students Attend KYA

Robin Wilson was Chosen to serve as a committee chair in Lexington at the Kentucky Youth Assembly.  As a part of her duties she conducted meetings and the procedures that students followed while debating their bills for the Assembly.  On the second day Robin was chosen to preside over the House of Representatives for the Premier Legistlators.  This was a  big honor and accomplishment for her.   There was somewhere around a thousand middle school students involved in the 3 day event.  For more information about the Kentucky Youth Assembly check out the following link.

KYYMCA.ORG

5th Grade Students Participated in the Dollars and Sense Program

Homecoming 2013

L to R Homecoming Queen - Runner Up- Kayla Bailey escorted by Jonah Carter,  Queen- Mary Caitlin Bunnell escorted by Dakota Milby,  Homecoming Princess- Amber Rutherford escorted by Bailey Skaggs,Princess  Runner Up- Lexi Bailey escorted by Garret Dennison

Memorial Homecoming Queen - Mary Caitlin Bunnell escorted by Dakota Milby

 

Memorial Homecoming Princess-  Amber Rutherford escorted by Bailey Skaggs

Memorial School Honors Mr. Glabb

Students and Staff honored Mr. Merle for his service to Memorial SchoolTuesday November 12, 2013.  Mr. Merle recieved lots of cards and gifts for all he has done at the school.

Memorial School September Leaders

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Kentucky Museum Program

Check out the pictures from the Kentucky Derby Museum Program at Memorial. Click on the Photo Gallery on this page.

What Parents can Expect from Common Core!

 

 

Memorial Celebrates Constitution Day

Student Council Elections

 

Student council speeches were given today at the School.  Elections are being held soon.

 

 

Explore Night

8th grade students and their parents attended an informative session on the Explore testing.  They also recieved information about KEES, PLAN, and ACT testing when they attend  High School.

Firefighters Go Back to School

Hardyville and Linwood firefighters were invited back to school on Monday August the 26th.  The reason for the invitation was to make them aware of the schools emergency plans and tour the building.  About 30 firefighters along with the Deputy Sherrif and school staff attended the event.

Memorial Book Fair

Memorial's Spring Book Fair has started online for everyone.  You are welcome to stop by the Memorial School Media Center and visit our school book fair March 18 - March 22.  The Book Fair will be open Tuesday night during Parent-Teacher conferences.  Come by and visit the Book Fair or check us out online.  Thanks for your continued support.

Please click on the following link for Memorial's Book Fair.

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Character Kids for February

Character Kids for February includes students that were "Most Honest"  Students were nominated by homeroom teachers and recognized during morning meeting in front of faculty, staff, and students.

Front Row (Left to Right) - Laura Avery, Myles Dill, and Luke Gentry

Back Row (Left to Right) - Andrew Crabtree, Kaylee Stinson, Cory Johnson, Rylea Mabe, Bailey Skaggs, Brianna Parnell, and David Huffman

Absent:  Sarah Jo Strange, Hannah Gerber, and Christian Bailey

Pennies for Patients

Pennies for Patients Drive has started at Memorial.  We have raised over $1000 so far.  The money raised will help to benefit the Leukemia and Lynphoma Society.  The class that raises the most money during this event will be awarded a pizza party.  Please keep sending in donations to help this great cause!  Collections will continue through the month of March.

Memorial Bitty Ball and Cheer

Memorial Bitty Ball and Cheer starts Tuesday, February 12, 2013.   

If you have any questions regarding this program, please feel free to contact Shelly Carroll (Cheerleading) or Sonya Carter and Russ Robertson (Basketball) at Memorial Elementary at 528-2271.

Thank you for your support,

Memorial Boys Basketball Boosters

Memorial Cheerleader Boosters

 

 

8th Grade Night
8th grade basketball players and cheerleaders were recognized after their last games played together at Memorial .  Thanks to all of the ball players, cheerleaders, coaches, and parents on a successful basketball season.

Sarah Vetter receives MAC Grant
Congratulations to Sarah Vetter on receiving a MAC (Making Activities Count) GRANT: MAC Grants are awarded to teachers to help incorporate hands-on activities with middle school students.  Sarah received $499.68.  The money will be used to fund a study of the art of printmaking with our 6-8th grade students. We will study Japanese printing techniques including Gyotaku, a traditional form of fish printing or rubbing, dating from the mid-19th century used by fishermen to record their catches.



Sarah is pictured with Chasity Riffle, Manager of Munfordville McDonald's.
HCHS 4-H Members Support Backpack Program

The Hart County 4-H Teen Leadership Club made a commitment to sponsor the HOPE Center this Christmas season by collecting jars of peanut butter for the Backpack Program. This program sends food home for needy families over the holidays and long breaks. Thanks to all HCHS 4-H members who participated.

Talking to children about diasters and violence


 http://t.co/Tz0ONypR is a Scholastic article that offers advice from a child-development expert about how to talk with kids about violent, disturbing news. 

  http://t.co/DNLhqok4 is a tip sheet from the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry about how to handle discussions with kids about violence in local communities.

Veterans's Day Celebration


Thanks to Mr. Russell Puckett who spoke to Memorial faculty, staff, and students about his service during the Vietnam War.  Mr. Russell is pictured above with all of his grandchildren.
Gear Up Kick-Off for 7th and 8th Graders


State Trooper Joel Huff discussed with 7th and 8th graders the importance of choices they make now and later about college and careers.  7th graders recieved t-shirts highlighting their high school graduation year 2022.  Every student in attendance signed a going to college pledge. 
Most Courageous Students


The students above were nominated by their teachers as Most Courageous students.  
Row 1:  Amity Wells, Ayleiana Rowe, Ben Durham, Alissa Ashley, Drake Seaborne
Row 2: Wendy Green, Neo Wells, Caleb Grace, Kiley Sanders, Alisha Moulden
Row 3:  Mark Collins, Colby WIlder
Absent from picture: Abigail Ragland, Lance Stanton, and Makayla Davis.
Memorial School Book Fair

Click on the scholastic link to discover new books available to you through our Memorial School Book Fair.  The Book Fair will run from Monday 15 - Monday 22 closing with parent-teacher conferences.
 
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Character Counts with Memorial Students
Most Responsible Students at Memorial


Each teacher nominated a student that was most responsible from their homeroom.  Most all of these students were complimented by teachers as being prepared for class and always having their homework.
4th and 5th Grades to Perform

Guest Artist Teaches African Dance

Please join us Friday, September 14 at 1:15 to see 4th and 5th grade perform the exciting results of our Guest Artist.  This residency is sponsored by Kentucky Arts Council.
Thank You Hart County Leadership Class

The students and staff of Memorial held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the school playground.  The playground now has rubber mulch thanks to the Hart County Leadership Class.  Members of the Hart County Leadership Class and Hart County Chamber of Commerce were present for the ceremony.
Character Counts with Memorial Students


The students that best exemplifies our character trait of the month "Most Respectful" were recognized during morning meeting.  One student from every homeroom was chosen by their teacher.

Thank You Hart County Leadership Class

The students and staff of Memorial held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the school playground.  The playground has new rubber mulch that was purchased by the Leadership Class of Hart County.  Members of the Leadership Class and the Hart County Chamber of Commerce were present for the ceremony.
Thank You Hart County Leadership Class


Memorial students and staff held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the school  playground which has new rubber mulch.  The rubber mulch was purchased by the Hart County Leadership Class.  Present for the ribbon cutting ceremony were members of the Leadership Class and Hart County Chamber of Commerce.
Thank You Hart County Leadership Class

Students and Staff at Memorial held a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for our Playground which has new rubber mulch.  The rubber mulch was purchased by the Hart County Leadership Class.  Some members from the Hart County Leadership Class and Chamber of Commerce were present for teh ribbon cutting ceremony.
Class of 2025

 Memorial's Kindergarten Classes


Cub Run Elementary School Chorus Wins Show Choir Competition
Cub Run Chorus students won first place at the Dollywood "Music in the Parks" Festival. 


Students competed in the Show Choir Division on Friday, April 27, at Pigeon Forge Middle School. After their performance, students enjoyed an evening of fun at Wonderworks followed by an all-day pass to Dollywood on Saturday. Awards were presented at the Celebrity Theater in the Dollywood Park on Saturday evening. Students will present their award-winning performance at this year’s Relay for Life event to be held May 12th at Hart Co. High School. Congratulations on the 1st place win!

 

FBLA Students Win 5th Consecutive State Event


Hart County High School was well represented at the Kentucky FBLA State Leadership Conference, April 23-25.  Participants included Jordan Strother (who completed her year as a state officer as Region 2 president) and state competitors Abigail Rogers, Laura Butler, Caleb Miles, Rachel Bunnell, and Casey Self.  The parliamentary procedure team consisting of Nolan Bunnell (chairperson), Kaitlyn Russell, Kasey Brent, Austin Singleton, and Jared Sexton won first in the the Charles W. Young Parliamentary Procedure Team Event, the fifth consecutive win for HCHS.  They will advance to national competition in San Antonio, Texas, this summer.
Annual Technology Fair Approaching -- May 8
The annual technology fair will feature a variety of events, including single category events in multimedia, digital art, writing, etc. in addition to the actual showcase on May 8.  The deadline for all entry forms (and all non-showcase events) is April 30.  New this year:  all high school students will be entered into a random drawing for four $25 gas cards -- one entry for every tech fair category in which they participate.  For complete details click here.
Poster Contest Winners
 
Four Memorial Art students were awarded for their work in the M.E.D.S. poster contest sponsored by the LifeSkills Regional Prevention Center.  The topic of the posters is Monitor – Educate – Dispose – or Secure.  This is pertaining to the correct handling of prescription drugs and the danger of misuse.  First place winner was Anna Avery, $75.  Second place winner was Courtney Hardin, $50.  Third place winner was Allyson Slayton, $25.  Honorable Mention was Mary Caitlin Bunnell,$10.  Also pictured is Sarah Vetter, Memorial’s art teacher.
 
Memorial Student (SARAH CLARK) Wins Statewide Poster Contest
Miss Kentucky Visits Memorial
Miss Kentucky visited  Memorial and shared here strategies for success.  She told Memorial students they had to work hard, make smart choices, be patient, and never give up on what they want to do in life.  Carlee Wilson was made an honorary Miss Kentucky. 
No Name Calling Poster Winners
Congratulations to Julie Payne, Mariah Puryear, and Maranda Puryear for winning the No Name Calling  Poster Contest.  The event was sponsored by student council.
Conservation Poster and Essay Winners from Memorial
Memorial Student Council Participates in "No Name Calling Week."
Memorial Student Council Members are participating in several activities this week in honor of "No Name Calling Week."  Each morning Student Council members are delivering the morning message to the entire student body that talks about bullying prevention in our school. On Friday, January 27 the entire Student Council will be presenting a play on Bullying Prevention to the entire student body during morning meeting.
Memorial Students Are 100 Days Smarter Students in mrs. Bunnell's Room Show Mr. Poynter 100 Day Collections
Memorial Students celebrated the 100th Day of school Monday, January 23.   Students from Mrs. Bunnell's room share 100 Day collections with Mr. Poynter.
Health Opinion Survey -- Your Input Needed
The Barren River Community Health Planning Council is a group of more than 50 local leaders from the 10-county region. Using local data, they have chosen these health issues as top priority for action:  obesity, lung cancer, diabetes, heart disease, drug abuse and addiction.
Santa Shop Santa Shop
PTO will have our annual Santa Shop open Monday - Friday before Christmas break.  It will be open for business from 7:15- 7:45 before school.  It will be open the night of the Christmas Program from 4:45 - 5:45.  Please encourage your child to visit the Santa shop where they can shop for everyone in their family.  Our school gets 20% of the total sales to go towards or field trip fund.
Project Warmth Going On Now Project Warmth for Memorial Students
Project blast is collecting hats, scarves, and gloves for Memorial Students. There is a Christmas Tree located next to the cafeteria exit door that is being filled with hats, gloves, and scarves for our Memorial Students.  We will collect items until Christmas break and then hand them out to Memorial Students in need.  If you would like to donate items you can place them on the tree, turn them in to teachers, or turn them in to the office.  Thanks for your participation in making this a successful event!
Memorial's Old Fashion Christmas Tree Memorial Christmas Tree
Every student has a homemade ornament on the Memorial Christmas Tree!
8th Grade Night 8th Grade Basketball Players and Cheerleaders
Memorial celebrated with their 8th graders on a successful basketball season this year.  Memorial had 19 seniors that were recognized during their last home games at Memorial  Elementary.  Parents and students were recognized in front of fans, friends, and family.  It was a bitter sweet moment for the basketball players and cheerleaders as they relish memories made at Memorial Elementary. 
DISTINGUISHED STUDENTS are recognized for their achievements
A total of 116 students in grades 3 – 12 scored all distinguished on the 2011 Spring Kentucky Core Content Test.  Each student was recently recognized at a school assembly.  Congratulations to these students on their exemplary performance!  Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication as a student in the Hart County School District.
The Helping Hands Family Resource Center will begin accepting applications for the Christmas Angel Program starting November 1 and running through November 30.
Captain Porkloin Debuts at Hart County BBQ Festival Captain Porkloin
A big thanks to Mrs. Vetter leading our classes in the creation of Captain Porkloin.  Captain Porkloin was one of many pigs that participated in the Hart County BBQ Festival.  All of the money collected in the Best Decorated  Pig Contest went to the Backpack Program for Hart County Schools.
Rada Sales End
Memorial Closed it's Rada sales making over $1800.  Thanks to our PTO officers and members for getting orders out so quickly and being available for parent pick-ups.  Our top three Award winners for the school were: Garrett Dennison - 1st Place winner of $75, Cailynn Roten-2nd Place winner of $50, and Lane Burgess-3rd Place winner of $25.   The overall winning class was Mrs. Shelly's Kindergarten Class.  They will get a party of their choice from PTO.
Parent-Teacher Conferences
Parents will have the opportunity to conference with teachers from 3:30-7:00 on October 18th. 
PTO RADA Sales Have Started!
PTO is selling RADA cutlery from now until September 12th.  Students should bring information home about the fundraiser.  The top seller in school will receive a $75.00 gift card.  The 2nd place seller will receive a $50.00 gift card.  The 3rd place seller will receive a $25.00 gift card.  The homeroom that sells the most will receive a surprise party!  Thanks to everyone for your support in making this a successful fundraiser to start our year off!
Meet Our Newest Polar Bears
Memorial Kindergarten Night was a Success!  Kindergarten students and their parents toured the school and met the Polar Bear for the first time.  Thanks to PTO for providing food and drinks to our guests.
School starts Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Annual Technology Fair Results Now Posted
HCHS Students and Teacher garner top prizes . . .
Michael Shockley wins Best in Show at the Hart County Middle School Science Fair.
Michael won Best in Show at the county science fair!  Michael advanced to the regional science fair where he won 1st place. Michael will compete in the State Science Fair at Eastern Kentucky University.   Michael has already  been invited to compete in the National Science Fair that will take place in Washington D.C.  Good Luck to Michael!
Robin Wilson and Taylor Weifek win Gold Metals at the District 4/5 Science Fair
 Robin and Taylor also won a $50 Savings Bond from the Hart County Public Library for displaying the most research.
Jonah Carter and Garrett Dennison win Gold Metals at the District 4/5 Science Fair
Mary Caitlin Bunnell, MaKayla Edlin, and Mallory Vance win Silver Metals at the District 4/5 Science Fair
Tyler Atwell and Lane Burgess win Silver Metals at the District 4/5 Science Fair
Kayla Bailey and Hannah Logsdon win Silver Metals at the District 4/5 Science Fair
Jill Pruitt, Michael Bryant, Hunter Kinslow, and Jamison Harkness receive Honorable Mentions at the District 4/5 Science Fair. Honorable Mentions at 4/5 Science Fair
Mary Caitlin Bunnell wins AARP Kentucky Grandparent of the Year Essay Contest
Mary Caitlin Bunnell will represent Hart County in "Why my Grandparent should be the AARP Kentucky Grandparent of the Year" contest..  Mary Caitlin will advance to the district competition that will take place in March.  If Mary Caitlin wins the district level she will advance to state competition.  All state winners will be announced in April at the annual Retired Teachers Association in April.  Good luck to Mary Caitlin as her essay progresses toward state competition. 
Robin Wilson wins 2nd place in FFA contest.
Robin Wilson was the overall 2nd place county winner in the FFA essay contest entitled "What Agriculture Means to Me."  Robin was presented with a plaque by Hart County High FFA parliamentarian Ethan Reynolds.  Congratulations to Robin Wilson! 
5th Grade has DARE Graduation
5th Graders at Memorial participated in the DARE graduation.  All 5th graders were successful in completing the DARE courses offered and conducted by Deputy Shepherd and the Hart County Sheriff's Office.  Students got their picture taken with Deputy Sheriff upon accepting their certificates of completion.  Students were treated to a mini reception that included cake and punch.  Pictures will be sent home for the parents and students to keep.  Congratulations to Courtney Hardin and Robin Wilson.  Both ladies won the DARE essay contest.  Courtney and Robin read their essays for the audience at graduation and were then presented with a mini DARE mascot and a special pin to wear.  Congratulations to all 5th grade students.
With the release of Core Content for Assessment 4.1
Surplus Auction

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S U R P L U S   A U C T I O N

The Hart County Board of Education will

hold an auction of surplus property on

Wednesday, March 29 @ 4:00 p.m.

at their offices located at 25 Quality Street, Munfordville.

Doors open at 2:00 p.m.

Items include household and commercial kitchen equipment,

industrial heaters, steam kettle, chest-type freezers,

stainless steel work tables, convection oven, kitchen cabinetry,

residential ovens, storage cabinets, tables, etc.

All items sold in “as is” condition and

must be removed from the premises

by 4:00 p.m. on March 31.

Auction services donated by Turley Auction & Realty, Inc.

Memorial's Archery Team

Meet Memorial's Archery Team coached by Mr. Tim Butler.

Spring Book Fair
The Memorial PTO will sponsor the Spring Book Fair
March 19-23, 2012. 
Online shopping is offered this year.  See link below:
Spring 2012 Book Fair
New Faces at Memorial
Meet the new teachers and staff of Memorial School.
Memorial Beta Color Run DATE Has been Changed.


Color Run

Bicycle Safety Comes to Memorial

Mrs. Vetter's Art Class Participates in Derby Celebration

Sarah Vetter's 1st grade art students at Memorial School will have their artwork displayed at the Governor's Derby Celebration in Frankfort on May 4th. They designed and painted a canvas that will be used to decorate horse shaped tables on the grounds of the state capitol. The canvas, supplied by the Kentucky Arts Council, will be used as a horse blanket and draped over the tables. Memorial's contribution will be acknowledged by the Kentucky Arts Council during the celebration.

 

 

BRIANNA DAVIS WINS LIONS CLUB POSTER CONTEST
Book Fair Begins March 20th

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Would love to have Memorial friends support our school's Book Fair next week. Click on the picture to order online and volunteer to help out at our Book Fair.

Local Lion's Club Supports Kentucky KidSight at Memorial

The Local Lion's Club recently visited Memorial's Preschool classes.  Lion's Club Member Elaine Gregory read a book about Seeing to the students.  Lion Dandy helped read the story and visited with the students.  The local Lion's Club will return to Memorial on April 23 to help conduct Kentucky KidSight for Preschoolers.  Parents should return the forms received from teachers to participate in the free program.

Archery Boosters Host Tournament
On Saturday, March 3,  the Hart County Archery Boosters hosted an archery tournament at Munfordville Elementary. Approximately 125 student archers participated. Hart County had winners in several categories. Winners included . . .
 
2010 Basketball Schedule
Come out and support your Polar Bears and cheer them on to victory! 
March is Arts in the Schools Month!

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Student Council Officers

Taylor Wiefek-Photographer

Mary Caitlin Bunnell- Vice President

Makayla Edlin- President

Desarea Bryant- Secretary

Luke Carter-Treasurer

2010 County Wide 7th/8th Boys Basketball Game Schedule
Media Center Receives DART GRANT

Dart GRANT

Project Blast
Polar Patrol

Polar Patrol

January Leaders of the Month

Front Row L to R:  Junior Apple, Chrislyn Wilder, Kayli Stephens, Addison Devore, Chloe Bailey, Chloe  Lewezyk, Will Curtsinger, Preston Jones, and Tyler Sweet. Back Row L to R:  Tyler Warnock, Luke Carter, Kayla Paulus, Aleric Foust, Logan Jones, Jacob Foster, Cheyene Huffman, and Guest Speaker John Bunnell

Revised School Calendar


School Calendar

After College I Will............

                            

Memorial Ebooks

The Leader in Me

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