I am an eLearning Coach for Greater Clark County schools. This is my first year in the position and I am learning so much about how to use technology to make learning meaningful and engaging for students. Before becoming an eLearning Coach I taught one year of 7th grade Language Arts at Parkview Middle School and 8 years of 9th and 10th grade College Prep and Honors English at Charlestown High School. I was also an instructional technologist/1:1 Macbook program coordinator there for three years. Last year I taught Physical Education at Charlestown. I've seen several different areas of curriculum and I am confident all teachers in all subject areas can find innovative ways to include technology as a way to enhance learning for students.

Ivy Tech AGS and STGEC Cap and Gown Information

  Ivy Tech AGS and STGEC Cap and Gown Information:  To help alleviate some of their cost during this graduation season, Ivy Tech Dual Credit office has purchased cap and gowns for our high school/dual credit graduates to borrow (and return once graduation is over).  Mrs. Stinson has reserved your cap and gown with Ivy Tech.  Here are details about …

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Girls Rule!

JB Speed School of Engineering is hosting Girls Rule – STEM Summit on April 14th from 9:00am – 2:00pm. This event will be a full day of sessions designed to engage self identified girls in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) content through hands-on experiences. Parents, guardians, and leaders learn how to engage girls in STEM and receive great resources to …

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New NCAA Eligibility Information for High School Students Announced

A new eligibility announcement concerning high school athletes bound for college has been released via the NCAA’s high school portal. The DI and DII Academic Requirements fact sheets have been updated to include the SAT/ACT sliding scale. These updated document are located in the “Important New Rules” area, or can be accessed via the links below: DI Academic Requirements DII …

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Need Prom Help?

Attention Juniors and Seniors! Want to go to prom but can’t afford a dress and all of the accessories? Northeast Christian Church in Louisville can help. See Mrs. Harris in the guidance office for more information. Deadline to apply is February 23rd.

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OPEN HOUSE THIS THURSDAY, JANUARY 19th 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Prosser’s Open House will be held this Thursday night from 5:30 – 7:30.  This is for any students interested in learning more about attending Prosser or our various programs.  Everyone is welcome! Click here for an application to Prosser for the upcoming school year:    

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2018 Basketball Homecoming Court and Events Announced

Congratulations to the following students on their nomination to the 2018 Basketball Homecoming Court: 9th: Lillie Carrico and Eric Wigginton 10th: Hailey Stricker, Brennan Walters, Richard Coyle, and Rhett Kaelin 11th: Grace Sellers, Riley Wampler, Adela Zimbro, Courtland Black, Payton Settles, and Andrew VanMeter 12th: Sophie Balmer, Christina Case, Samantha Crace, Shirlee Hayes, Reagan Hebner, Nolan Abell, Langdon Beckort, Garrett …

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Pirate Basketball to Hold Coaches vs. Cancer Game

This Friday night’s Pirate Basketball game against Clarksville will be a Coaches vs. Cancer Game. Coach Connell for the Pirates and Coach McEwen for the Generals want to help bring awareness about the disease that affects all of us in some way. At halftime the cheerleaders will walk through the stands to collect donations from the fans and those will …

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Ugly Sweater Day Set for December 15th

  ’tis the season to rock those ugly sweaters! The CHS Student Council is sponsoring an Ugly Sweater Day for students and staff on Friday, December 15th. Wear your ugly sweater and be a part of WPMQ’s CHS Holiday video!

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Schedule Change Requests are Due December 15th

Schedule Change Request forms are now available in the guidance office for any student hoping for a schedule change for semester 2. Any students requesting a schedule change must have forms completed and signed by parents and teachers by December 15th.

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