A lot has been happening at Adairville School, and the students are doing great things.
Below are a few things we are celebrating this month at Adairville School!
We held our annual Spelling Bee on Thursday, February 4th, 2015. The following students represented their grade levels: 4th Grade: Samuel Duncan, Diane Schrier and Kennedy Hadden; 5th Grade: Dylan Bond, Eva Bouldin and Trinity Harding; 6th Grade: Olivia Harrison, Joshua Lawrence and Cady Bond; 7th Grade: Aly Dotson, Ryleigh Rayno and DeAonedra Wilson; 8th Grade: Rylee Hobbs, Kayleigh Williams and Sandy Romarate. We were thrilled to have Mayor Donna Blake from Adairville as our pronouncer. Our winners include: 1st place: Rylee Hobbs, 2nd Place: Joshua Lawrence, and 3rd Place: Kayleigh Williams. These three students will advance to the district Spelling Bee at the Logan County Extension Office.
The Adairville middle school academic team competed on Tuesday, Jan. 26th at Russellville Middle for the District Governor’s Cup. We had several students that placed and will be going on to Regional Governor’s Cup competition in February. Our Future Problem Solving team consisting of Elijah Hopkins, Caroline Davenport, Briana Shelton, and Mason Freeman came in second place. In composition Lauren Pitts placed 2nd. In Science Elijah Hopkins placed 3rd. In Arts and Humanities Jenna Robertson placed 5th. In math Rylee Hobbs placed 4th. In Language Arts Caroline Davenport placed 2nd and Rylee Hobbs placed 3rd.
We had four students selected for the Western Kentucky University Honor Band. This is a band consisting of students from all over the south central Kentucky region. Students of this highly select group are chosen based on their Music Director nominations. The following students were selected into the ensemble: Rylee Hobbs, Grace Richardson, Seth Anderson and Justin Wix.
In January, Adairville School celebrated homecoming week with a ceremony between games. Students were nominated by their peers in grades 6th though 8th and a final tally was taken to decide the King and Queen.
The homecoming court (pictured from left to right) included: 6th graders – Ali Garrett and Javan Sydnor, 7th graders – Ryleigh Rayno and Luis Hernandez, 8th graders – Diamond Toon and Devon Carter, 8th graders – Kayleigh Williams and Cameron Gorrell, 9th graders and last year’s king and queen – Haley Chambers and Brennan Davenport, 7th graders – Aly Dotson and Mason Freeman, 6th graders – Addie Corder and Colin Williams.
The 2015 homecoming king and queen, Brennan Davenport and Haley Chambers, who are now freshmen at LCHS, returned to crown the 2106 homecoming king and queen, Kayleigh Williams and Cameron Gorrell. Kayleigh is the daughter of Anna Ruth Mason and Cameron is the son of Travis and Shannon Gorrell and Jamie Henson.