At the end of a 45-minute introduction to being prepared for a natural disaster, Woodstock Elementary students received a pillowcase to fill with necessary items should an emergency occur.
More than 40 students showcased 18 musicals during Murray High’s eighth annual Broadway Revue: “Dream Big.”
After learning the positive impact Playworks has had with other schools at recess time, Parkside Elementary decided to team up with the organization that is providing students an opportunity for increased fun and involvement on the playground.
For the first time ever, Murray students have earned the state title in the Creative Pursuits Bowl.
A four-year-old boy suffering with brain tumors told high school students he wishes to “go on a big boat with a slide.”
Liberty sixth grader Rylee Smith had never heard of Aristotle before she was assigned to learn about him as part of the sixth grade in early October.
About $9,000 was raised as 400 Grant Elementary students ran Oct. 23 in the school’s annual fun run fundraiser.
However, all the Viewmont students were charged up for the run, which took place on a course on the school grounds.
Second grader Ireland Romney and her first-grade sister, Leighton, held a photograph of their father in front of Viewmont Elementary’s student body and invited guests Nov. 11 as part of the school’s 5th annual Veterans Day program.
An untouched baton, a music stand missing a score and an empty podium took center stage in honor of Murray High School’s beloved instrumental director, teacher, mentor and friend, Rob Wilson, who lost his life after a six-year battle with acute myeloid leukemia.