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Adair County Schools . . . preparing every student to be college or career ready.

 

          

Superintendent's MESSAGE

I am honored to lead a team of highly motivated educators whose common goal is academic excellence across all grades and disciplines. We hav...
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Alan W. Reed
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WIN - WIN

Jennifer Carter, Adair County High School Health Career Teacher, and Sheila Willis, Adair County High School Science Teacher, saw a chance to collaborate and provide students with a hands-on practical application activity  today in the form of a AP Bio Circularity System Lab. Mrs. Willis has been working on the Circulatory System with her AP Biology class. She wanted to do a Lab that would demonstrate the changes in blood pressure while laying and then sitting immediately after. Demonstrating to her students how the blood flows within your body and how it affects you. What better way to get your blood pressure checked than by knowledgeable Health Career Students – NONE!

Real World Applications!

As a teacher one of your main goals and biggest feelings of accomplishment. Is when you provide your students with an opportunity to use what you have taught them in a practical application or real world connection. It is always in the back of our mind. We are thinking how could I allow my students to see and understand how this can help them or others in the future. Well between Adair County Middle School Principal, Alma Rich, and Adair County High School Welding Instructor, Barney Taylor just such a brainstorm occurred.

 

Adair County FFA bring it home from WKU Field Day

The Adair County FFA attended the WKU Agriscience and Education Field day and came home winners. There were over 1000 students representing 28 schools from Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana.  This event is a proud tradition that exemplifies the care and effort the WKU College of Agriculture, Food and Environment places on the future of young agriculturalist. The  Adair County FFA represented our young agriculturalist well by winning in Entomology Career Development, Seed ID Career Development, Agronomy Career Development, and Nursery Career Development. Way to go – Gabriel Alfaro, Tray Strange, Ryder Karnes, Hailey Stanley, for placing 1st in the Nursery Career Development. Mason Carter congratulations on your 2nd place finish in Entomology Career Development. A big shout out to 1st place winner Abby Dykes in the area of Seed ID Career Development. And First place was brought home by the Agronomy Career Development Team of Chandler Wisdom, Mathew Irvin, Ashley Hadley and Tori Kimbler. 

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