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Owingsville, Kentucky
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iiiiiiiiii+! !!ii!i;iii! OES gets a mascot! --Owingsville Elementary recently held a contest to find a mascot for the school. Nathan Ray won the contest with his drawing and the new mascot is "Owing the Owl." Ray is a third grade student from Beth Hunt&apos;s class. Kindergarten teacher April Ratliff was in charge and a committee judged the entries. Students drew different mascots and were encouraged to take their ideas home for help. Pictured from the left are Hunt, Ray and Ratliff. Second grade teacher George Riley will design "Owing" and the mascot will be featured on tee-shirts and other school things in the future. Along with a mascot, the school has adopted the school colors, teal and blue. (News-Outlook photo, Sunny Kramer) Bethel Elementary Menu March 4th-8th Breakfast: Monday- biscuit, gravy, bacon, milk Tuesday- green eggs, ham, bis- cuit, milk Wednesday- cereal, doughnut, milk Thursday- biscuit, sausage, milk Lunch: Monday- mini corn dogs, mixed vegetables, french fries, milk Tuesday- toasted ham and cheese sandwich, potato wedges, apple sauce, milk Wednesday- fried chicken, mashed potatoes, buttered peas, wheat bread, milk Thursday- pepperoni pizza, green beans, orange slices, milk No school Friday BCMS menu March 4-8 Breakfast Monday - biscuit, gravy, fruit, milk Tuesday - sausage/bun, apple sauce, milk Wednesday - cereal, toast, fruit, milk Friday -No School Lunch Monday - pizza or burrito, corn, french fries, peach pie, milk Tuesday - chicken nugget/rolls, broccoli/cheese, french fries, fruit, milk Wednesday - chilli/crackers, pea- nut butter sandwich, carrot sticks, fruit, milk Thursday - hot pockets, chips, salad, fruit, cookie, milk Friday - No School I wanlWa00lslwo rk! I Salt Lick School Menu March 4th-8th Breakfast: Monday- cereal, cinnamon toast, fruit or juice, milk Tuesday- pancake, sausage, fruit or juice, milk Wednesday- breakfast pizza, fruit or juice, milk Thursday- cereal, peanut butter sandwich, fruit or juice, milk Friday- No School Lunch: Monday- sub sandwich, french fries, applesauce, milk Tuesday- chili, crackers, cheese wedge, carrot sticks, pears, milk Wednesday- Happy Birthday!!! Fried chicken, mashed potatoes, mixed vegetables, bread, cake, ice cream, milk Thursday- spaghetti, meat sauce, salad, Texas toast, apricots, milk Friday- No School BCHS Menu March 4th-7th Breakfast: Monday- sausage/cheese biscuit, fruit or juice, milk Tuesday- breakfast pizza, fruit or juice, milk Wednesday- ham/cheese biscuit, fruit or juice, milk Thursday- sausage/gravy, biscuit, fruit or juice, milk Lunch: Monday- pizza, french fries/ketch- up, buttered corn, peach pie, milk Tuesday- corndog, mustard/ketch- up, baked beans, apple crisp, milk Wednesday- oven-fried chicken/ chicken strips, mashed potatoes/gra- vy, green beans, pineapple chunks, milk Thursday- ham/turkey/cheese/ bun, chips, banana peppers, lettuce/ tomato, sliced pears/trail mix, milk Chef salad every day No school Friday We haveeverything you neea to fill your basket for Easter!! ' Stuffed Animals Russell Stover Candy ' I Color Kits I "clgne ] "Perfume ', I " Rgurmes % I l aoose from a 9 M iil , I large variety of I B askeU" Easter <t/ [ ' 6rass and Eggs!! Youth Service craft class --The BCMS YSC sponsored a craft class on February 13, for Valentine's Day. It was held after school. Pictured are Sondra Whitaker, Becky White, Kim Haddix, Ashley Anderson, Kaye Wells, Rebecca Martin and Alison Copher. Decorative plates were made using mod podge, fabric, and clear glass plates. Aiming for a Judgeship --On Tuesday, February 5, the BCMS Youth Service Center sponsored a career breakfast for stu- dents interested in becoming a Judge. Our guest speaker was Beth Maze, Circuit Judge of the 21 st Judicial District. Students in atten- dance were Ashley Donithan, Autumn Donithan and Cody Willough- by. The 8th grade students chose their top three career choices and were placed in one area to have breakfast with a person in that profession. OES menu March 4-8 Breakfast Monday - cereal, poptarts, fruit or juice, milk Tuesday - sausage on bun, fruit or juice, milk Wednesday - cereal, toast, fruit or juice, milk Thursday - gravy biscuit, fruit or juice, milk Friday - No School Lunch Monday - hamburger/bun, pick- les, tomatoes, french fries, fruit, milk Tuesday - fish nuggets, pork and beans, cole slaw, fruit, corn bread, milk Wednesday - chili/crackers, cheese wedge, veg. sticks, apple sauce, milk Thursday - turkey mashed pota- toes, buttered peas, bread, milk Friday - No School Adults back in the classroom You don't have to be just 18 and fresh out of high school anymore to go to college. Adults, age 25 and older, now make 44 percent of the total students attending a communi- ty college or a technical college in Kentucky (source: Kentucky Coun- cil or Postsecondary Education (CPE), Fall 2000). That's almost half! This clearly puts to rest the myth of being "too old" to go back to school. Overall, 31 percent of the stu- dents attending a Kentucky state- supported community or technical college or university are over the age of 25 (CPE, Fall 2000). According to U.S. Census Bureau statistics for the year 2000, 4 out of 10 students sit- ting in college classrooms across the entire United States were adults. Why are they doing it'? Adults return to postsecondary school for a variety of reasons. Most adults de- cide to pursue additional education because they seek the training and ills required of"better"jobs and to increase their own employment op- portunities. Some are tired of being given the excuse by an employer that the reason they did not get a promo- tion was because a degree of certifi- cate was required. These individuals feel as though life is passing them by, and they believe they are missing out of career opportunities due to a lack of education. 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These adults want better lives for themselves and for their families and see increasing their educational lev- el as the gateway to a more prosper- ous, stable future. By watching fam- ily, neighbors, and friends around them, they realize that higher skills and higher education translate into higher wages and a higher standard of living. And, with the student financial aid available to those who enroll in a college or a university, the cost of education is no longer a barrier-the reason not to go Student financial aid is based on eligibility and can be awarded for either full-time study. For those who work a schedule that does not readily fit with traditionally scheduled class times, night, off- campus, distance learning, and ln- ternet classes may be a great alterna- tive. Those adults living in or around Bath County have two great oppor- tunities close to home to pursue a postsecondary Technical College State University. provides a variety ! are well suited to increase their ing potential. Th Opportunity funded in Bath County viding informatio programs of that these to, as well as and universities, aid available to tuition and ex To find out about the ed grams that be contact Linda tion counselor with wealth Educational Center at the Bath Learning 800-333-3621. - NEW LISTINGS - !iili ..... iil NEW LISTING - 473 RIDGE ROAD 4 or 5 bedroom log home. Approx. 3300 sq. ft. living unfinished basement. 2 full baths, one whirlpool tub, kitchen, den and utility room. Lots of closet and storage space. central air. 3 car attached garage, blacktop dnve and a of land. - LISTINGS- !!ii [i:i h illi 4223 OLD SAND ROAD Why Build? Built new in 1999 this 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath on 1.98 acres in a country setting with garden spot. 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