Tori Wooten and Trevor Johnson receive their scholarship checks.

Tori Wooten and Trevor Johnson recently attended the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club dinner meeting at the Roadhouse USA to receive their scholarship checks.  Tori received a $300 scholarship award and Trevor received a $400 scholarship award.  Both are graduates of Austin High School.  Pictured are from left to right, Kiwanian Darryl Smith from the Scholarship Committee, Tori Wooten, Trevor Johnson and Kiwanian Maryrose McWhirter from the Scholarship Committee.  Tori will be attending IUPUC this fall to study Sociology and Trevor will be attending Manchester University to study Sports Management.  He will also be playing for the Manchester Golf Team and intends to pursue a Masters Degree at Indiana University in Business when he finishes.  Congratulations to these outstanding students and best of luck in their studies.

 

Austin Elementary Bug Party

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The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club recognized sixty-six third graders at Austin ES with a pizza party for making the BUG Honor Roll the last grading period of the school yearBring Up Grades (BUG) is a Kiwanis signature program designed to provide incentives to third graders to improve their grades.  To make the BUG Honor Roll a student must improve at least one grade in at least one subject and not go down in any other subjects.  BUG Honor Roll students receive a BUG T-Shirt the first time they make the BUG Honor Roll, a certificate identifying the subject(s) they improved, snacks and a party with prizesBUG Honor Roll students in Ms Norton’s class areAiden Abner, Ella Boling, Abrei Boyt, Addyson Cole, Kylie Deaton, Abree Foga, Jacob Jones, Baetty Mantia, Jaylin McCoskey, Alexis McIntosh, Justice Noble, Cayleb Payne, Joshua Prather, Rachael Self, Magnus Smith, Jamie Spencer Kallie Spicer, Cason Swank, Kaden White and Luci White.  BUG Honor Roll students in Mrs Stagnolia’s class are Khloe Bowles, Emma Caudill, Cheyenne Couch, Hope Couch, Braydin Deweese, Ayden Edwards, Tristan Hanner, Lukas Hollan, Raylee Hopkins, Desirae Hutchinson, Jasmine Keith, Jayden Maple, Braxton Law, Ethan Morris, Lia Payne, Stormey Shouse and Xander WilsonBUG Honor Roll students in Mr Carr’s class are Alexis Caudill, Abby Collins, Katelyn Collins, Trinity Cope, Mason Coulter, Addyson Garden, Sarah Gray, Joey Grider, Carter Hunley, Ellie Lewis, Patrick McIntosh, Kenton Nicholas, Starlynn Pryor, Monse Rodriguez, Lillie Rodriguez and Lyla Walker.  BUG Honor Roll students in Mrs Stamper’s class are Hagen Chandler, Jayla Clay, Raelynn Roach, Ian Bowling, Tyrese Keith, Connor Blankenbaker, Chaylee Melton, Joanie Fox, Olivia Girardot, Nick Smith, Caroline Hilderbrand, Adalyne Mullen and Alison OwensBUG Is made possible by the generous sponsorship of Kiwanis Corporate member Austin Tri Hawk.  Congratulations to these outstanding students!

 

Johnson Elementary School BUG Party

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The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club recognized twenty-five third graders at Johnson ES with a pizza party for making the BUG Honor Roll the last grading periodBring Up Grades (BUG) is a Kiwanis signature program designed to provide incentives to students to improve their grades.  To make the BUG Honor Roll a student must improve at least one grade in at least one subject and not go down in any other subjectsBUG Honor Roll students in Mrs Meadow’s class are Destiny Campbell, Atlanna Deaton, Emma Elliot, Axel Hawkins, Arianna King, Cohen Long, Lucas Miller, Elijah, Bryan Wilson and Makayla Baker.  BUG Honor Roll students in Mrs Rose’s class are Aven Broadus, Beau Carter, Braylee Castillo, Harley Fuson, Alicyn Glenn, Shylah Hill, Mady Lainhart, Levi Lewis, Landon Newton, Lily Parker, Brooklin Rockey, Austin Sandlin, Emmalee Schill, Kaitlyn Terry and Nariah TurnerBUG is made possible by the generous sponsorship of Kiwanis Corporate Member Austin Tri Hawk.  Congratulations to these outstanding students.

 

AES Bug Party

The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club hosted the final Bring Up Grades party of the year for third graders at Scottsburg ESBring Up Grades is a Kiwanis signature program designed to provide incentives to students to improve their grades.  To make the BUG Honor Roll a student must improve at least one grade in at least one subject and not go down in any other subjects.  BUG Honor Roll students receive a BUG T-Shirt the first time they make the BUG Honor Roll, a certificate that identifies the subject(s) they improved and a party with snacks and prizes.  BUG Honor Roll students in Mrs Bagwell’s class are Elyse Amick, Simon Lizenby, Abigail Lytle, Kylan Owens, Logan Stewart, Jackson Begley, Aurora Kynion, Avereigh Ortega, Kaylee Blaylock and Brianna BryantBUG Honor Roll students in Mrs Treadway’s class are Emily Blevins, Hannah Burr, Clyde Cooper, Hayden Couch, Wyatt Cull, Taylor Divine, Carter Eadens, Caroly Ely, Eli Everage, Malia Green, Matthew Kelley, James Kerr, Christina Mayo, Kevin Morris, Patrick Ostrander, Breleigh Pennington, Shyanne Robbins, Jordan Ward, Ashton White and Casandra WilliamsBUG is made possible by the generous sponsorship of Kiwanis Corporate Member, Austin Tri Hawk.  Congratulations to these outstanding students.

 

Addison Brasher (AHS Graduate) and Jaeleigh Campbell (AHS Graduate) receive their scholarship awards.

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Addison Brasher (AHS Graduate) and Jaeleigh Campbell (AHS Graduate) attended a recent meeting of the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club at The Roadhouse USA to receive their scholarship awardsPictured are from left to right Kiwanian LL Lowry, Addison Brasher, Jaeleigh Campbell and Kiwanian Scholarship Committee member Darryl Smith presenting the awardsAddison is attending Ivy Tech and will attend the University of Louisville to study dental hygiene.  Jaeleigh will attend the University of Louisville to study radiologyAddison received a $500 scholarship award and Jaeleigh received a $300 scholarship awardCongratulations to these outstanding students and best wishes on their continued studies.

 

Jason Jackson presents the Kiwanis traveling plaque to the Austin High School baseball team

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Jason Jackson presents the Kiwanis traveling plaque to the Austin High School baseball team after their 5-0 win over Scottsburg High this yearThis plaque has been awarded to the winner of the Austin vs Scottsburg game for eighteen years and promotes high school baseball and good sportsmanship!  Congratulations to the Austin Eagles for their victory this year!  Over the years, several baseball players from Scott County have gone on to play collegiate baseball.

 

Summer Feeding Program

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 For Immediate Release

Scott County Partnership Seeking Volunteers for Summer Feeding Program 

This summer the Scott County Partnership and both school districts are partnering with the Department of Education and the USDA to provide healthy lunches to students while on summer break. Volunteers are needed to help serve lunches in Austin and Lexington.

The meals are provided free to students ages preschool to 18 years old. Meals will be served from June 1 to July 31 in Austin and from June 4 through August 3 in Lexington.   

“We wanted to make sure students get a good meal for lunch during the summer months,” shared Kim Richie, who is overseeing the program for the Scott County Partnership. “Our hope is to help families that need some extra assistance. We are thrilled to provide meals for the children all week long.” 

The Austin Lunch schedule will begin at Austin Park at 12 p.m. and then serve at Calvary Temple Church at 12:45 p.m. The Lexington Lunch schedule will begin at the Lexington Firehouse at 11 a.m. and then serve at the Lexington Presbyterian Church at 11:45 a.m. We hope youth will come out every day at both sites to EAT THIS DELICIOUS FOOD!!!

Volunteers are needed for both sites to visit and interact with the youth! For more information on the Summer Feeding Program or to volunteer, please contact Kim Richie  at kim.richie@scottcountypartnership.org or call 812-820-0909. 

This institution is an equal opportunity provider. In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA.