Youth Events

Food drive

Assumption High School collected 8,278 pounds of food for the Dare to Care Food Bank during this year’s annual CANstruction event.

The two-week event kicked-off Nov. 6, and culminated with students working with their school families to reach the goal of collecting 7,000 pounds of food. During the event’s final day, Nov. 20, students gathered in homerooms to construct a structure out of the cans they collected — CANstruction. The structures were then photographed and all the families compiled their collected can goods to deliver to Dare to Care
Food Bank where they were weighed.

Last year the school collected 7,063 pounds of food during the annual event.

Eagle Scout

Matthew Gregory, a sophomore at Trinity High School, has earned the rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America. Gregory is a member of Boy Scout Troop 110 at Anchorage Presbyterian Church.

For his Eagle Scout Service Leadership Project, Gregory built a 700-square-foot playground surface for Carriage House Educational Services, a preschool for children, including those with autism. He transformed an area of worn grass and muddy ground into the playground, which features splinter-free decking material, a news release from the school said. Gregory raised more than $5,500 over the summer to pay for this material.

Perfect ACT

Brian Ford, a senior at St. Xavier High School, has achieved the highest possible composite score of 36 on the October 2013 administration of the ACT. Ford has a 4.0 grade point average. He participates in the Tiger Chorus, Quick Recall, Governor’s Cup and the math team at St. X.
Additionally, Ford is an active member of his Boy Scout troop, having attained Rank of Life and Junior Assistant Scoutmaster. He is a graduate of St. Agnes School and remains a parishioner there.

Motivational talk

Students at St. Gabriel School attended a motivational talk Nov. 21 given by Damien Sandow, an American professional wrestler. Sandow encouraged the children to believe in themselves, pay attention in school, listen to their teachers and help one another, a news release from the school said. Sandow emphasized the importance of God in his life and recalled attending Holy Name School in Massachusetts.

Soccer honor

Trinity High School’s varsity soccer team has earned the Kentucky High School Soccer Coaches Association’s Team Academic Achievement Award for exceptional academic performance for the 2013 school year.

All-state chorus

Katie Clark, a junior at  Assumption High School, was selected to join the 2013-2014 Kentucky Music Educators of America All-state Commonwealth Orchestra. Clark, a member of St. Aloysius Church in Pewee Valley, Ky., auditioned on violin with hundreds of orchestra students from across the state. She will perform in a concert on Feb. 8 at 1 p.m. at the Kentucky Center for the Arts.

Athletic signings

Three Mercy Academy seniors signed national letters of intent to play volleyball at the college level. They are:
Courtney Crable, Auburn University; Makenzie Montano, Queens University of Charlotte; and Kelsey Willinger, University of Indiana Southeast.

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