Gibbs Gibbs, Fulton County Principal, chosen for participation in...
A Fulton County principal is set to begin a year-long executive level leadership training course usually reserved for the nation’s top CEOs. Sondra...

Fulton PTO award winners Principal Mancell Elam and Daniel Farmer. Fulton Independent PTO awards
Fulton Independent PTO presented Principal Mancell Elam, left, with the Greatest Rookie Award and Daniel Farmer, math teacher, with the Teacher of...

American Legion Award winners were honored by Legion representative Don Robertson at the recent school awards day. American Legion awards presentations
Don Robertson, left, representing the Fulton Chapter of the American Legion presented awards to Tristian Lowery and LeAnndra Randall, Fulton...

Carr Principal's Award winners were among those honored at the school's end of year recognition ceremony. Carr Principal's Awards
Principal Awards given during Fulton’s Carr Elementary Awards Day May 22 for outstanding students during the 2018-2019 school year. Pictured, left...

Students who achieved perfect attendance at Carr were rewarded for their efforts, with two of those who achieved perfect attendance rewarded with a new bike. Fulton's Carr Elementary honors perfect attendance
Carr Elementary perfect attendance awards for the 2018-2019 school year were given to Jeremiah Salvage, Desarae Johnson, Tyler W. and Cayden...

Kindness Award winners at Fulton's Carr Elementary School. Kudos for kindness
Kindness Awards were given to a student in each class kindergarten through fifth grade at Carr Elementary in Fulton Awards Day May 22. Pictured,...

Carr Fifth Grade awards
The fifth grade at Carr Elementary in Fulton held their graduation to sixth grade and Awards Day May 23 with parents, guardians, and family...

Carr Elementary’s Awards Day highlights students’ advancements
Awards Day was held May 22 at Carr Elementary in Fulton, with students in each homeroom earning awards. In Mrs. Buckingham’s room Cynthia Daniels earned the Reading...
Fulton County Field Day
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BRAVO FOR THE BULLDOGS’ CLASS OF 2019 – Futon High School’s Class of 2019 marched in before a full gym of family, friends, teachers and school board members May 24, to receive their diplomas. Valedictorian Nicholas Lucy and Salutatorian Crissie Purcell addressed their classmates, with a welcome provided by Principal Mancell Elam and a senior video viewed by those in attendance. (Photo by Benita Fuzzell.) FHS Graduation
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Elliott Fulton County seniors don caps, gowns Fri.
Fulton County High School Class of 2019 graduation exercises will be held May 31, at 7 p.m., in the high school gymnasium. Jelynda Elliott,...

HCHS GOVERNOR’S SCHOLARS, UK BOOK AWARD WINNER, U OF L YARMUTH BOOK AWARD WINNER – Hickman County High School students Charity Shelton, Brand Hornback, Riley Barber, Presley Ballantine and Tyler Abernathy were selected for the Governor’s Scholars program, a five week residential summer program for outstanding Kentcky students completing their junior year, as a mission to enhance Kentucky’s next generation of cvic and economic universities. The five weeks are spent on the campus of either Northern Kentucky University, Morehead State or Centre College in Danville, with participants receiving a full paid tuition scholarship for four years if they have the ACT score and GPA required. Barber was also the recipient of teh University of Kentucky Book Award, chosen by the HCHS faculty based on academic record, potential for academic success, leadership and community service. Abernathy was also chosen to receive the U of L Yarmuth Book Award, chosen by HCHS faculty based on academic recored, intellectual curiosity and contributions to school and community. Shelton is also the recipient of the Murray State University Commonwealth Honors Academy, a three week academic, personal and social growth program for students completing their junior year, to earn six college credits, and the opportunity to earn six more senior year, as well as a four year, $2,000 per year MSU Housing Scholarship. (Photo submitted) HCHS Underclassmen Awards
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DISTINGUISHED IN READING – Students at Fulton Middle/High School who achieved Distinguished status for Reading during 2018-2019 KPREP testing included Charles Cavness, Olivia Fulcher, Christian Sproul, Taziyah Ware, Jasmine McCloyn and Travail Morgan. (Photo by Benita Fuzzell) Fulton Middle and High School KREP Award winners
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Carr choir program
The music program at Carr Elementary in Fulton ended the 2018-19 school year with a program based on a musical beach theme. Each grade entertained...

Senior recital
Hallah Carroll, of Clinton, will resent her senior recital June 1, at 2 p.m., at the Obion County Public Library in Union City, Tenn. The recital...