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Over 30 students and staff from Pikeville Independent participated, coached, scored, proctored and cheered at the 28th Annual Governor’s Cup Academic Competition held in Louisville on March 15-17.  This year marks the 28th year that Pikeville Junior/High School has been represented at the tournament. 

Both the junior high and high school teams competed in multiple fields including a single elimination Quick Recall Tournament (and we do mean Quick), individual subject testing, Individual Future Problem Solving and On-Demand Written Composition. 

In the high school division, Krishna Ammisetty placed second and Blaine McNulty place fifth in written composition and Ammad Mansoor placed eighth in social studies.  The Quick Recall Team advanced out of pool play and finished the tournament as semi-finalists. The high school team finished sixth place overall in the tournament.

The team coaches for the high school team are Tom Asbury, Bennett Stewart and Dawn Stewart.  The high school coaches would like to say farewell to this year’s seniors, Alex Malone, Patrick Cordero and Krishna Ammisetty and “May the wind always be at your backs.”

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Pikeville Junior High Academic Team compete in 28th Annual Governor's Cup

Over 30 students and staff from Pikeville Independent participated, coached, scored, proctored and cheered at the 28th Annual Governor’s Cup Academic Competition held in Louisville on March 15-17.  This year marks the 28th year that Pikeville Junior/High School has been represented at the tournament. 

Both the junior high and high school teams competed in multiple fields including a single elimination Quick Recall Tournament (and we do mean Quick), individual subject testing, Individual Future Problem Solving and On-Demand Written Composition. 

Students ranking in the top ten of the state include for the middle school division eighth grader Ewa Sulicz who placed fourth in the state in Science testing with a score of 41 out of 50.  The Middle School Quick Recall team advanced out of pool play to compete in the top 24.

The junior high team is coached by Mrs. Sherry Lane and Mrs. Glenda Adkins.


Pikeville High FBLA Competitors Mean Business

The Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) traveled to Morehead State University on Thursday, March 6, and really got down to business.  Out of 31 schools in Region 5, Pikeville High School captured 22 first place wins, six second place wins and three third place wins.            

FBLA members qualifying for state include first place winners: 

American Enterprise Project – Ryan Crum, Will Williamson, Haley Williamson

Business Calculations – Sean Hillwig

Business Communication – Stacie Gooch

Business Math – Cameron Lane

Digital Design and Promotion – Vianna Li and Hunter Adams


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Pikeville Junior High School MathCounts Team advances to State

The Pikeville Junior High School MathCounts team competed on Saturday, February 15 earning second place in the region and a trip to state competition in Louisville, Kentucky.

The competition series is ideal for students who have a talent and passion for math who need to be challenged. Students engage in exciting, "bee-style" contests in which they will compete against and alongside other bright, motivated students.

Team members are Lindsey Lockhart, Ewa Sulicz, Hunter Ford and Haseeb Ahmad.  Individuals placing are Tanner Skeens and Larry Roberts.  Eighth grader Ewa Sulicz placed third place overall, earning a $500 per year scholarship offer to WKU! 

The team is coached by Mrs. Jeri McNamee and Mrs. Shana Webb.


Veteran’s Day Blood Drive at PHS – AMAZING!!!

The fall blood drive held at PHS on Veteran’s Day was a smashing success.  The National Honor Society in conjunction with Mrs. Scott’s Anatomy class and the Kentucky Blood Center got the word out and helped secure 46 pints of blood for local hospitals.  According to Richard Davis with KBC, this was the most successful blood drive at PHS in history.  Last year, the two blood drives held at PHS netted 48 pints.

A typical pint of blood can save the lives of three adults or six babies.  This information drives our students to give the gift of life.  We also want to recognize the 12 people who tried to give blood but were unable to.  It can be a bit scary to give blood, especially your first time.  Thank you!!

 


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BETA Club Members Participate in State Conference

Twelve Pikeville High School students traveled to Louisville to compete in the BETA Club state convention held in December.  This year's convention theme was "Making History with BETA" and BETA club members participated in a wide range of academic and artistic competitions.  The National Beta Club has become the nation's largest independent, non-profit, educational youth organization. They are committed to recognizing and promoting high academic achievement, rewarding and nurturing worthy character, fostering leadership skills and encouraging service to others.

Freshman Emily Keaton won first place in spelling; freshman Sylvia Justice placed third in black and white photography and freshman Alicia Zacaria placed in the top five in talent. With her first place win, Emily qualified for nationals to be held in Richmond, Virginia on June 25-28.

 


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