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Rules for the 3 A’s Awards Program

The students that are selected as “3 A’s” Awards Students will be held accountable for their continued good behavior.
“3 A’s”:
1.    Attitude
2.    Academics
3.    Attendance


Burning Springs Intermediate 3 A’s Awards Winners. Intermediate Grades 4th, 5th, 6th. Back Row: Brooke Henson, Ryan Marcum, Sydney Jarvis, Hannah Reid, Lacey House, Destiny Marcum, Elizabeth Bennett, Zachery Baker, Kristy Smith - Coordinator. Front Row: Blake Mills, Corey Hyden, Marisa Reid, Chelsey Livingston, Jason Hill.


Burning Springs 3 A’s Awards Program was held on January 20th, 2011. Back row: Devin Hobbs, Logan Hyden, Kailey Sparks, Rachel Sams, Austin Lewis, Sarah Bennett, James Owens, Thomas Lunsford, Kristy Smith- Coordinator. Front Row: Meghan Roberts, Nikki Chalfant, Caleb Bennett, Timothy Chalfant, Joseph Maxie, Jada Reid, Kyra Reid

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 February 2011 14:26

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Trip to Haiti Leads to New Mission

“I will not ever be able to not think about that place. I will always be trying to figure out ways to get back there,” said Carl Varney, a missionary from Chad’s Hope, upon returning from a nearly 2 week trip to Port Au Prince, Haiti.

Carl Varney, seen above, visited Hait, where he met Teddy.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 February 2011 16:26

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Clay Fiscal Court Given PRIDE Mission


Congressman Hal Rogers asked the Clay County Judge Executive  Joe Asher and the Clay County Fiscal Court to push the PRIDE program in the upcoming year.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 February 2011 15:57


Congressman Honors City of Manchester


Congressman Hal Rogers presented PRIDE Coordinator Tammy Anderson (Middle) and Mayor George Saylor (Left) with an award for the City of Manchester’s efforts for PRIDE Clean-up. Rogers asked the City of Manchester and the County of Clay to push just as hard this year, to help keep Kentucky clean.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 February 2011 15:55


Congressman Rogers Asks for Manchester Support

Congressman Hal Rogers made an appearance in Manchester Tuesday to rally support for legislation (Senate Bill 45 and House Bill 15) that would require a prescription for pseudoephedrine-containing products – the key ingredient in methamphetamine production.


Congressman Hal Rogers thanked Manchester citizens for their leadership role against drugs in South Eastern Kentucky, and asked for their continued support at a SB 45 rally in Frankfort Thursday.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 February 2011 15:17

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