Calvary Christian March Madness
Calvary Christian School created its own version of "March Madness" last month, as they challenged the school's 200 students to read 250,000 pages in just 26 days.
The students surpassed the goal, and capped off the month with a tailgate party celebrating their accomplishment this past Friday.
Highlights of the tailgate party included hotdogs, chips and treats; school Principal Ned Hess kissing a pig; MVP Top Readers Awards being given out in each classroom; and varsity basketball players, cheerleaders and the cardinal mascot from George Rogers Clark High School putting on an exhibition in the gym.
Community Education classes
Community Education, a program of the Clark County Schools, has openings in the following classes: Financial Workshop for Individual Investors; Home Business: Make it Profitable — free seminar; Beginning Excel computer training; Beading — Intermediate Level; Instant Guitar for Adults and Teens; Karate and Concealed Carry Weapons Training.