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Archeological Dig: EKU and Model

Model Lab Middle School students worked with Dr. Jon Endonino, EKU Archeology Professor, to uncover historical artifacts at White Hall State Shrine.  The "dig" is part of an integrated social studies and science unit taught by Liese Rhodus and Lee Newbury.  Students were excited about the experience.

Model Seniors Rank 11th on ACT

Of all the high schools in Kentucky, Model senior scores average 11th in the state for the ACT given last March.  All student in Kentucky now take the ACT in March of their junior year.  Many Model students improve their overall scores by repeating the ACT as they prepare for college admission.

Model Student Welcomes EKU Students

Model 7th grader Parker Hastings provided musical entertainment for the EKU College of Education to welcome incoming college students. 

Thumbs Up for a Great First Day of School

Model students had a great first day from Pre-K through 12th grade.  For more photos, see our FACEBOOK page.

National Speaker Presents to Parents

National speaker Charlie Appelstein will present his strength-based approach to helping youth achieve their full potential on Thursday, August 9, 6:00 pm, Model Auditorium.  Parents are encouraged to attend, and the public is welcome.  Come here this engaging and motivating speaker!

Artist from Japan Teaches 5th Grade Students

The Student Art Exchange between Madison County and Hokuto City in Japan was continued as visiting artist Nakazawa-san taught lessons to 5th grade students.  Excellent art was enjoyed by all!

Student Attending Yale Summer Program

 Emily Johnson has been selected to attend Yale University’s Model United Nations summer program. Emily was one of twenty-five students selected from thousands who applied from around the world.

4th Graders Create Original Play

Fourth and fifth grade Drama Club students, with sponsor Jasmine Rutherford, performed "International Spies" to a packed auditorium.  The play was written by fourth graders Emma Rupard and Elena Smith.

Art Students Receive Awards

Art students Madeline Frenzl and Trisha Brockmeyer received awards in the Congressional Art Competition, presented by Congressman Ben Chandler. Madeline Frenzl for the Prints category and Trisha Brockmeyer for the Madison County winner. Their art teacher is Jeremy Newell.

Guest Artist Crimson Duvall Works with Art Students

Elementary art students gained an after-school opportunity to work with local artist Crimson Duvall.  The students created amazing clay pieces.

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