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TK Stone
Mrs. Larkin’s and Mrs. Reynolds’ 6th grade Project Based Communications classes at TK Stone Middle School raised $651.00 for the American Red Cross. Mr. Ballard with two Sister City Japanese students. Sister City student visit.  Japanese students with TK Stone student ambassadors. TK Stone student setting up bowling pins for gym class. TK student lining up to bowl. EHS student practicing with his robot. Jager Carman is adding motors and supports as he builds a robotic car for his Project Lead the Way design challenge. Mr. Grossman, Project Lead the Way teacher at TK Stone Middle School,  receiving a  grant for $500.  Mrs. Evans and her 6th grade band students from TK Stone Middle School practiced spreading good cheer to students at Morningside Elementary School during the last few days before Christmas Break. Eleven students from the TK Stone 6th grade Academic Team. 7 members of TK Stone band have made All-District band and play in Campbellsville with other students from over 20 other middle schools. TK student doing puppet show presentation about first African American to have a book published, Martin Luther King, Jr. essay winner Mrs. Hindle and Ms. Davis, National Board Certified Teachers. Morgan Dozer explores Business opportunities. Students get educated on Infromational Technology. Landon Grzelewski receives instructions on how to hold a “baby” from the Education Department as part of their Early Childhood Development Program. Author, Bryan Davis, speaking with TK Stone students. JA volunteer, Amy Cone, works with TK Stone students. Kentucky Oaks Day and breast/ovarian cancer awareness celebrated by the staff wearing pink.