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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper April 6, 2017 - 7 Brynn Collinsworth Photo courtesy of MSU Public Information The Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics at Morehead State University has selected 60 students for its Class of 2019. Brynn Collinsworth, from Bath County High School, and daughter of Matt and Kelly Collinsworth of Ow- ingsville, was selected for the program's third class. "I am extremely pleased to announce the Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Class of 2019. These stu- dents represent some of the Commonwealth's best and brightest. The application and selection process was very competitive again this year, and we look forward to welcoming these young scholars to the Morehead State University campus in the fall," said Dr. Carol Christian, director of the Craft Academy. The Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics will meet the unique educational needs of academically gifted and: talented high school juniors and seniors in the Common- wealth. A college-level cur- ricuhm will allow students to finish high school while also completing up to two years of university course- work. It will offer a residen- tial college experience and environment to promote innovation and creative enterprise, developing the full potential of the state's brightest minds and most promising future leaders. In addition, the Craft Academy will offer unique, project-based STEM+X courses that will enrich edu- cational experiences and develop competencies in entrepreneurship and inno- ina row, nowlO-1 II Bath County High School baseball swept a Saturday home doubleheader with Bere& In game one Chandler Otis went four scoreless in- nings on the mound for the victory, striking out 5. Otis is now 3-0 on the season. Lane Rogers drove in 7 runs to lead Bath County to a 15-0 game one win. Gabe Swartz and Tyler Brown nearly missed hometowns to left field, but settled for doubles. Game two was more of the same as Jamie Ball kept the Pirates at bay with a 5 inning one run perfor- mance for the win. Ty Rogers, Layne Easton, and Andy McFar- land had good games at the plate for the Wildcats in the 17-1 win. The I0-I start is the best start in school history. The Wildcats will be on the road all of Spring Break week before returning home to play Falrview in the Class A in Owingsville on April 10 at 6:00. Photo by Ron Weaver Lane Rogers pounds one for abase hit. Lane had 7 RBI's in the first game as the Wildcats defeat- ed Berea in two varsity games 15-0 and 17-1 to improve their record to 10-1 on the season. vation, design and creativ- ity, and civic and regional engagement. Students will live on campus designed for high school aged students. The facility will have meeting and social space and be staffed 24/7. Counselors and advisors also will be available. Students were selected based on ACT scores, aca- demic grades from their first two years of high school, interest in advanced STEM careers, responses to application essay ques- tions, interview by the Acad- emy selection committee and recommendations from teachers and others who can attest to the student's need and preparedness for the program. At the end of the two years, students will have earned a minimum of credit hours, finished high school and have the op- portunity to further their education at MSU or tran fer to any other college/ university in Kentucky or elsewhere. SPOI~011W i~. U& ~ 1MII G01Mffl year, we're looking for photos. Send us your: "Svrinq, Summer, Fall &.Winter scenes" service areas of Bath, Morgan & Wolfe Telephone 201 Williams Lane Owingsville 606-674-2200 r Director Eleanor Purvis and the staff of Owingsville We are committed to providing seniors with peace of mind, professional care, a positive quality of life, and a safe, secured living environment. Peace. Care. Quality. Security. These four foundational steps provide the pathway for Owingsville Manor to reach the pinnacle of senior living. Services Offered by the Assisted Living Community Assistance with activities of daily living induding bathing, dressing, " ~-ooming, mobility assistance, tofleting and eating. Assistance with instrumental activities of daffy living which indudes, but is not limited to, housekeeping, shopping, laundry, chores, transpor- ration and derical assistance. well as single Three meals and snacks made available each day. Scheduled daffy social activities that address general preferences. Assistance with self-administration of medication. ............. VA d Attend ce Benefit ........................................ i,I (Non-Service Connected Improved Pension Benefit), --- l ,~,~,:~:~,~, .~,,.>~.,,,,,,//.~'/~,,,,..,. ~,.,.::. ::,~,/ ~ . , .:,~, ~ ~ ..............