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50 students from CHS travel to the Kentucky State Fair
Jo Ann Harris, Deanna Campbell, Juanita Young, and Joseph Taylor act as chaperones. Complete list of students attended in complete article
By Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer
Campbellsville Independent Schools (CIS)
Campbellsville High School art and family and consumer science students traveled to the Kentucky State Fair on Wednesday, August 23, 2017.
The group of about 50 students spent the day looking at exhibits and having fun. Students looked at artwork and crafts made by professionals, amateurs and students. Art students were given a scavenger hunt.
Art teacher Jo Ann Harris and family and consumer science teacher Deanna Campbell chaperoned the group, along with exceptional child educator Juanita Young and instructional assistant Joseph Taylor.
Those attending the trip were:
freshmen Catlyn Clausen, Paula Hoskins, Destany Lane, Isabella Newcomb, Tierra Bridgewater, Chloe Garrett, Laci Hodgens, Emily Kerns, Haley Lopez, Noah Mardis, Sierra Releford, Zoie Sidebottom, Jonathan Sparks and Tyreece Washington;
sophomores Anthony Shipione, Nevaeh Underwood, Brennon Wheeler, Taylor Brewer, Jewell Cox, Amaurie Deleon, Tahler Franklin, Shelby Hunt, Rose Jefferson, Aleah Knifley and Caylee Shofner;
juniors Kalisha Murphy, John Netherland, Cassie Pipes, Payton Reynolds, Brooke Tucker, Keidlan Boils, Ruby Hatfield, Annie Lee, Evan McAninch, Chris Moran, Travis Nash, Jade Packard, Christina Phipps, Devin Pike, Hayley Stapleton and Jaylah Tucker; and
seniors Makala Antle, Vivian Brown, Haley Fitch, Lauren Riddle, Robert Tungate and Sydney Jeong.
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