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Farm Safety Days 2018 ACHS FFA Wins Big at the 2018 Kentucky State Fair ACHS Vision Statement

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

 

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ACHS Choir Students Qualify for SKMA All-Festival Honors Choir ACHS SKMA All-Festival Honors Choir Participants

On September 16th, 2018 Ellie Belcher (11th), Madison Coomer (10th), Joaquina Domingo (9th), Emma Grider (11th) and Billy Salmon (10th) auditioned for Southeastern Kentucky Music Association (SKMA) All-Festival Honors Choir. All five students made it and scored anywhere from 97%-99% (out of 100%) on their auditions. One student even improved their score from 69% last year to 97% this year!

On November 18th these students will travel to London, KY to practice and perform with the top singers in District 10. Students will rehearse on the 18th-20th and on November 20th they will put on a concert that is free to the public at London First Baptist Church.

Congratulations to these incredible performers! 

ACHS FFA Wins Big at the Kentucky State Fair 2018 FFA Agriculture Mechanics Team

The Adair County FFA Agriculture Mechanics Kentucky State Fair exhibits placed 1st place for the 3rd straight year.  The exhibit is a collection of woodworking, welding, and large equipment restoration.  Students spend around a year in the Ag Shop working on individual and team projects.  Many different skills are developed during the year that can be used for the rest of their lives. Students participating in this exhibit include Kasey Wall, Walter Baker, Bohdi Bryant, Reece Giles, Braxton Coomer, and Jacob Morrison.

 

Additionally, the 2018 FFA Floriculture judging team became the 9th Horticulture team from Adair County High School to represent Kentucky at the National FFA Convention in those areas.  It was a team effort in winning CDE events over the last 2 years.  The team has won contests at Eastern Kentucky University, University of Kentucky, and Western Kentucky University. Elizabeth Rexroat became the 13th student from Adair County to be awarded top scoring individual at the Kentucky State Fair. All four students scored high numbers in every contest that is how you win these contests.  Team members include Ty Cheatham, Kiley Feese, Maddie Harmon, and Elizabeth Rexroat.

4th + Main to Perform at ACHS 4th + Main

On Friday, October 5th, at 7 pm CT, 4th + Main will be in the Gym of ACHS. All proceeds will go to the Adair County Choir Programs. Tickets online (eventbrite.com) are $16 and at the door, they are $20. Tickets can be purchased from Eventbrite at the following link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/4th-main-concert-tickets-49347469610?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

4th + Main is an all-male group, based out of Nashville that focuses on 4-part harmony. Some of their past performances have been in Alaska, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Indiana. They are influenced by Keith Whitley, The Oak Ridge Boys, Rascal Flatts, Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw, and Keith Urban. For more information, go to 4thandmainmusic.com.

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