The schedule for the 2018 Summer Institute for Young Artists has been announced. The camp will run from 8:45 a.m. until 3 p.m. everyday from May 30 through June 8.
The cost for attendance will be $150 for any student entering fifth through ninth grade. The tuition covers lunch each day, a t-shirt, transportation and materials. Students will have the option to select one "major" and one "elective". The majors are band, choir and orchestra. Electives include visual art, drama and dance.
Scholarship opportunities are available for those who need financial assistance. Those wishing to explore scholarship opportunities can contact Tom Stites at Central Office at 270-686-1000.
For more information, please view the registration materials for the camp.
Don't forget to schedule an appointment to get your child the required vaccinations for the upcoming school year.
Call the Green River District Health Department at 270-686-7747 or scan the QR code in the Green River District, Beat the Back to School Rush flyer to schedule an appointment. You can also contact the Daviess County Health Department at 270-686-7744 if you have any questions. The staff at both facilities can help you with any questions regarding immunizations.
The Health Department only has vaccines for children who qualify for the Vaccines for Children program. This means those who have Medicaid/state Insurance or no insurance coverage for vaccinations/self-pay.
Individuals that have private pay insurance that covers immunizations can utilize a variety of locations, including their primary physician, to obtain vaccinations. This includes multiple free standing clinic sites and several local pharmacies. Individuals on a Medicaid/state type insurance can also utilize their primary care provider in addition to the Health Department.
If you have any questions about the necessary vaccinations for the upcoming school year, please contact Gay Lile at Central Office by dialing 270-686-1000.
Owensboro High School head baseball coach, Logan Johnson, has announced the dates for the 2018 Owensboro High School Youth Baseball Camp. The camp will be held from June 18 through June 20 and will run from 9 a.m. until noon each day.
The event is for children in kindergarten through sixth grade. The cost is $25.
Each participant will receive a camp t-shirt, will participate in competitions throughout the week and will provided breakfast and lunch each session. Owensboro High School coaches and select members of the OHS baseball team will instruct campers on the fundamentals of baseball from bunting, base running, batting, throwing, pitching and catching. The entire staff has necessary knowledge to help young players improve their ability to play the game of baseball. The staff will place emphasis on basic fundamentals and having fun.
Parents and guardians will need to fill out a registration form that can be found in this link.
For more information, please contact Jared Revlett, public information officer for Owensboro Public Schools. Jared can be reached at 270-686-1000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Owensboro High School head football coach, Jay Fallin, has announced the dates for the 2018 Owensboro Red Devil Youth Football Camp. The camp will be held from June 4 through June 7 and will run from 8:30 a.m. until noon each day.
The event is for children ages 7-14. The cost is $30 for participants who register prior to June 1. A $5 late fee will be applied to those who register after June 1.
Each participant will receive a clinic t-shirt and a medallion in addition to other awards and prizes. Snacks will also be provided before and after each session. Owensboro High School assistant coaches and select members of the OHS football team will assist as counselors for the camp. The entire staff has necessary knowledge to help young players improve their ability to play the game of football. The staff will place emphasis on basic fundamentals and having fun.
Parents and guardians will need to fill out a registration form that can be found in at this link.
For more information, please contact Jared Revlett, public information officer for Owensboro ...
FROM OWENSBORO MESSENGER-INQUIRER - Keith Lawrence
Owensboro, Ky. (March 19, 2018) -- Amy Bellamy, a seventh-grade language arts teacher at Owensboro Middle School North, has been named Middle School Teacher of the Year by the Kentucky Council of Teachers in English.
But there was a time when that would have seemed unlikely.
"I didn't plan on teaching," Bellamy said Monday. "I worked a lot of jobs after college and I got married. I had a good friend who tried to talk me into teaching. I didn't think I could. But I was teaching Vacation Bible School and giving piano lessons. So, I decided to go back to school and become a teacher."
She's been teaching language arts at OMS-North for 12 years, widening students’ horizons through the works of authors such as Ray Bradbury and Edgar Allan Poe.
"It's hard for even adults to read these days," Bellamy said. "There are so many distractions. But reading things online is as good as reading them in a magazine. It's just a different mindset. My husband said he wasn't a reader, but I converted him."
She said, "We ...