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Bath County News - Outlook
Owingsville, Kentucky
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,, il : }~ .... 8 - April 04, 2013 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook l 0 iiZiiTiiii i ii3 photos submitted Students in Mrs. Bradley and Mrs. Thompson's fourth grade classroom at Crossroads Elemen- tary have had a blast learning out Force and Motionl The students have participated in six hands-on investigations this week to explore ...... the basic principles/physics of force and mo- tion. College Advice for the Upcoming Graduate ADVICE FROM MRS. BRADLEY'S 4TH GRADE STUDENTS 1. Make sure you 6. Make good deci- stay on task so that you make good grades. 2. When you start to get stressed, make sure you take time for yourself. 3. Always do your best. 4. Get plenty of sleep. 5: Practice makes prefect. sions. 7. Pay attention during class; take lots of notes to help you study. 8. Stay dedicated. 9. Take classes that appeal to your in- terest and this will help you find the prefect ca- reer choice. 10. Don't give up on your DREAMS! i3iii: ......... photos submitted by Kelly Wilson Bath County High School held its annual Talent Showcase in the high school gym last Thursday afternoon. 1st place Anitra Thompson 1st place Emily Whetzel & Anitra Thomas (fan Charlie Lyons in the background) 2nd place Griffin Bradley, Clark Kissick, Travis Waiters 3rd place Cathi Prater 0 0 Andrew Wilson and In- structor Bill Ba|dridge Submitted by Kelly Wilson Driver's Ed Class was offered in Bath County during February under the instruction of Bill Baldridge. Pictured are the four graduates of the first Driver's Edu- cation Class offered at Bath Co. Schools in collaboration with Maysville Community and Technical College. The next class is slat- ed to be offered in June with some classes dur- ing the day. A schedule will be confirmed at a later date. Arizona Copher and Baldridge Dayna Tucker and Baldridge Mr. David Ellington of Owingsville Farm Bureau Agency spoke with the class about insurance requirements for new drivers. 2nd place Shyanne Sawaya 3rd place winner was Heather Combs, who was absent 10:00 AM SATURDAY, APRIL 13TH