Hickman County High School honor roll announced
The fourth nine weeks and yearly honor roll for the 2017-18 school year at Hickman County High School were recently announced. Those in the seventh grade on the honor...
RACING INTO SUMMER BREAK – The last of area high schools will graduate this Friday, with the past two weeks finding students in Pre-K through 12th grade completing state wide testing, garnering year-end awards, and also having a little fun along the way with events such as Field Day. Above, fifth grade students at Carr Elementary School in Fulton, Cameron Morris, Brandon Maclin and Jonathan Beal were neck and neck in the crab walk race during Field Day at the FHS football field May 23. (Photo submitted) RACING INTO SUMMER BREAK


SYMBOLIC TRANSITION


Samantha McClure Fulton County Class of 2018 Commencement set June 1
Fulton County High School Class of 2018 will have two Valedictorians addressing commencement exercises on June 1, at 7 p.m. in the high school...


Western Kentucky University scholarship recipients were Cassidy Luker, left, and Hunter LeBlanc, right. Kevin Estes, center, was the presenter at the recent Hickman County High School Honors Night. Luker received the Tennessee Grocer’s Educators Foundation Scholarship. LeBlanc also received the St. Jerome Catholic Church Scholarship. (Photo submitted) Hickman County High School Honors Night
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End of school year celebrated at Fulton County Schools
Dear Pilots, There is a Kool & The Gang song, entitled, Celebrate Good Times, and that is exactly what we have done this week and will continue to do the next two days, as...
Nathan Hartsell Boaz, Hartsell lead Hickman County High Class of 2018
Chase Boaz will lead the 2018 Hickman County High School graduating class May 18, at 7 p.m., presenting his Valedictorian’s address to...


SFHS graduation Saturday
Members of the South Fulton High School Class of 2018 will don their caps and gowns May 19 at 6 p.m. in the SFHS gymnasium, with the determination of this...
TOBACCO FREE ENVIRONMENT – Marketing class students at
South Fulton High School, above, taught by Kandace Jackson, used
surveys and gathered data regarding the effects of second hand
smoke, as well as tobacco usage, and prepared a proposal to develop
a strategy to “self-police” visitors to county parks and refrain from
smoking. The group presented their proposal to Obion County officials
in March and offered to provide signage to curb smoking at each park,
with help from Obion County Health Department and the Obion County
Prevention Coalition. Pictured are students Kaitlyn Reason, Annalise
Bind, Nick Kopriva, Harrison Wells, Keshawn Murphy, Jalen Scott, Justin
Wade, and David Madding, South Fulton Mayor David Lamb, South
Fulton High School teacher Kandace Jackson, and Carla Aaron. One
of three signs the Marketing class at South Fulton High School provided
for Unity Park to encourage visitors to keep the park tobacco free
and clean is pictured at right. (Photos by Barbara Atwill). Current School News


Jennings Jennings awarded Honors Scholarship
Myah Jennings, daughter of Melissa Hutch and Jerry Jennings, and a member of the South Fulton High School Class of 2018, has been...


Hickman County Elementary students battled it out in the three-legged
race, above. Fourth grade girls, above, top, competed to be the winner of the 50-meter race at Hickman
County Elementary fi eld day. (Photos submitted Testing ends at HCES, Field Day held
K-PREP testing is over! We made it through the final two days of testing last week after a weekend break from the first three days of...


FIS LEADERS IN ME – Participants in the Fulton Independent Schools Leaders In Me program, under
the direction of Nathan Castleman, gave a presentation to members of the FIS board of education during
regular board session May 8. The group led the board members through their project, which was to
identify a problem area in the community and work to remedy the problem. The group chose recycling,
and presented data which they gathered, as well as additional research on the matter. The group placed
first out of nine participating schools in a recent competition with West Kentucky Educational Co-op, and
earned an opportunity to compete at the national level. (Photo by Benita Fuzzell) Assistant Principal’s position to be re-instated at FIS
The tentative working budget was approved for the 2018-2019 school year for Fulton Independent Schools during regular session May 8....


Congratulations Area Graduates!


Davis resigns as Obion County Director of Schools
Assistant Director of Schools Dale Hollowell took a seat in the chair customarily used by the Director of Schools for Obion County, during regular school board session...
Kentucky First District Representative Steven Rudy (third from left)
toured the Fulton County ATC on May 3, while attending the Steering
Committee meeting. The car in the background is one of nine Toyota
donated to ATCs in Hickman, Murray/Calloway County, and Paducah,
with each campus receiving three cars. Shown with Rudy are students
from Fulton and Hickman counties. (Photo submitted) Fulton County ATC grant recipient
The Fulton County Area Technology Center (ATC) Steering Committee met May 3 in Hickman. Principal Terry Sullivan greeted everyone...