Kaitlyn Brandenburg and Myles Fields were recognized as Noon Rotary students of the month for February.
Michele Deon was honored and awarded the WHAS11/LG&E-KU 2019-2020 ExCEL Award on February 19, 2020. Several dignitaries applauded her dedication and commitment to all students and her belief in their futures beyond EHS. She and her husband selflessly donated $250 to each of the other nominated ExCEL teachers so they too can purchase instructional materials for their classrooms. WHAS11/LG&E-KU donated $1000.00 to Mrs. Deon for her classroom needs. Congratulations Mrs. Deon for earning the title, ExCEL Teacher of the Year, 2019-2020.
Congratulations to the Students of the Month from all of our schools. Pictured are Demi Cleaver from Helmwood Heights, Josie Kremzar from Elizabethtown High, Weston Yates from Panther Academy, Zoha Ahmed from TK Stone, and Meredith Dyer from Morningside. Not pictured, but still complimented on the award is Alexandra Allison representing Panther Place.
The ExCEL teacher nominees for 2019-2020 are as follows:
Michele Deon, Elizabethtown High- Technology Teacher
Rebecca Pinkham, Panther Academy-Kindergarten Teacher
Amelia Abell, Morningside Elementary-Resource Teacher
Kelly Kean Davenport, Helmwood Heights Elementary-1st grade Teacher
Helena Freedlund, TK Stone Middle-Science Teacher
Ethan Larkin from EHS, Eli Grimm from TKS, Graden Inman from MES, and Irelyn Banet from HHES are pictured below as January Students of the Month. Also honored was Adrian Nieves from Panther Academy. Congratulations to all the honorees.
Hardin County Chamber of Commerce honored Rebecca Gardner, EHS senior, at their luncheon as Student of the Month.
Rebecca is a straight “A” student and ranked in the top 15% of her class. She exemplifies a strong work ethic, leads by setting a great example to her peers, and participates in school and community service.
Homework help for the 2019-2020 school year begins on September 10, 2019.
It will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:00-4:00 in the library.
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EHS serves grades 9-12 and meets the needs of all students through a broad and varied curriculum, a wide range of co-curricular activities, innovative as well as traditional methods of teaching and a counseling program. A charter member of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools since 1918, EHS is the recipient of many state and national honors and is known throughout Kentucky for setting a standard of excellence.
Elizabethtown High School stresses student mastery of basic skills. Students profit from courses that prepare them for either college admission, vocational technical training or the world of work. The faculty and staff are dedicated to assisting each student in developing his or her intellectual, social, aesthetic and emotional abilities. In addition to regular instructional studies, EHS offers Gifted Services and Advanced Placement courses in English, Foreign Language, U.S. History, World History, Calculus, Chemistry and a number of on-line AP classes. EHS also offers seniors the opportunity to take dual credit classes in conjunction with Elizabethtown Community and Technical College.