Early Access to Success in Education (EASE), is a parent-child program that brings together parents, teachers, and students in developing good practices for success in reading. Involving families is a major focus of the Project EASE program. The activities are designed to share ideas for boosting literacy development at home. Mrs. Andrea Kegley, Kindergarten teachers, and Key Club students invite students and families to the elementary five times a year to participate in the enjoyable evening. Key Club members provide a Kiddie Care for younger children and pizza and drinks are served to all. 

Parents, Students, and Teachers at the September 20, 2016 Project Ease "Cracking the Code"






The annual Veterans Day Celebration was held at the high school gymnasium Wednesday with Dr. Patric Leedom the guest speaker. Dr. Leedom is a United States Navy Veteran and a professor in the School of Education at Shawnee State University. Dr. Leedom shared America's war history, guiding the audience from our first fight for freedom in the American Revolution to present day. He also shared his experiences during the Korean War while serving aboard a submarine, and the time that they remained submerged for sixty-four days.

Dr. Patrick Leedom preparing to speak to the audience.

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