- Reidland High School concert band takes honors at festival
- Librarian Terri Kirk elected national association president
- Stacy Thomas named MCHS Youth Service Center coordinator
- MCPS partners with Dr. Manchikanti to name library media center at McCracken County High School
- Strawberry Hills Pharmacy provides scholarships for McCracken students to attend pharmacy camp
- Reidland Elementary student places second in statewide writing contest.
Lone Oak students honored at state FFA convention, headed to Nationals
Lone Oak High School agriculture students were recently honored at the state FFA convention.
Students Kelsey Morris, Natalie King, Rachel Willingham and Shelby Warren took first place in the Agriculture Issues Forum. The students researched H.R. 305, the American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act, presented the pros and cons, and participated in a 7 minute question and answer session.
Students Mary Kincaid, Kimberlee Willis and Dylan Weaver each received first prize in their entry categories at the AgriScience Fair.
The seven winners will advance to the National FFA Competition in October.
Photo: LOHS Agriculture Issues Team (L-R) Kelsey Morris, Natalie King, Rachel Willingham, Shelby Warren.