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PAHC Seeks K-8 Parent Participation in Survey on Childhood Obesity Prevention
PAHC Seeks K-8 Parent Participation in Survey on Childhood Obesity Prevention
Purchase Area Health Connections (PAHC) has developed a Childhood Obesity Prevention Action Team (COPAT) and is seeking K-8 parent participation in a survey on Childhood Obesity Prevention.
 
You can see the survey here.
 
The COPAT team is comprised of members from schools across the region, health clinics, community college, university, hospitals, public health, parks and recreation and other non-profit organizations.  COPAT is working to develop a childhood obesity toolkit that can be used in our community to address the childhood obesity epidemic. 

      = Due to the high rate of obesity, this generation may be the first in U.S. history to not outlive their parents.

      = Students who are obese are more likely than non-obese children to have lower academic scores, lower self-esteem, and more hospital stays.

      = If current U.S. trends continue, more than 57 percent of today‚Äôs youth will be obese at age 35.

Survey participation is voluntary.  Since we are not collecting individually identifiable data, it has been determined that survey participation is exempt from IRB standards.  Aggregated results of this and other surveys will be shared broadly to inform our project and community.  Should you have any questions about this survey, please contact our data analyst, Kaitlyn Krolikowski, at 270-444-9625 x191.  Thanks again for your participation!
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PT Speech Competes at Marshall Invitational
PT Speech Competes at Marshall Invitational
The PTHS Speech Team brought home six awards from the Marshall County High School Invitational on Saturday, November 10.

After competing in three preliminary rounds, five Tilghman students advanced to finals. Junior Kate Criner placed 2nd overall in Dramatic Interpretation, Junior Julie Mohs placed 3rd overall in Storytelling, Junior Shioneka Farr placed 5th overall in Poetry and in Program Oral Interpretation, Junior Erin Stafford placed 6th overall in Poetry, and Senior Angelea Shute placed 6th overall in Humorous Interpretation.
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Three Tilghman Seniors Named Semifinalists In Coca Cola Scholars Foundation Program
Three Tilghman Seniors Named Semifinalists In Coca Cola Scholars Foundation Program
PADUCAH, KY - Paducah Tilghman High School seniors Lance Butler, Joseph Price, and Addie Rogers have been named semifinalists in the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Program. Butler, Price, and Rogers are among 1,896 high school seniors nationwide selected from a pool of over 95,000 applicants to advance in the scholarship program based on academic excellence, leadership, and service to the community.
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Fell Signs Swimming Scholarship with Nova Southeastern
Fell Signs Swimming Scholarship with Nova Southeastern
Paducah Tilghman senior Caleb Fell signed a scholarship to swim at Nova Southeastern University in a signing ceremony held at PTHS on November 14.

Fell finished fifth in the KHSAA state swim meet in the 500 meter swim in 2017 and 2018.

In 2015, 2016, and 2018 Fell won the mile at the USA state swimming championships while competing with his club team. Fell plans to compete in the mile at Nova Southeastern.

"It's been a privilege and honor to work with Caleb over the last three years," said PTHS Swim Team head coach Mark Curtis. "Caleb is a dedicated, committed athlete. He's always at the pool and always putting in his best effort. We look forward to watching him compete in his senior season."
 
Bilak and Curry Named Rotary Students of the Month
Bilak and Curry Named Rotary Students of the Month
Paducah Tilghman seniors Chloe Bilak and Keyshun Curry have been named PTHS Rotary Scholars of the month for November. The Paducah Rotary Club selects scholars from area seniors who demonstrate strong leadership, academic excellence, and service to community.
 
Chloe Bilak is a member of the PTHS girls soccer team, student council, Interact Club, and FBLA. Chloe volunteers with POPS, a fellowship group for adults with developmental disabilities. After graduation, Chloe plans to attend the University of Louisville and major in Political Science with a concentration in International Development. Her parents are Monica Bilak and Paul Bilak.
 
Keyshun Curry is a member of the PTHS football team, track team, and chess team.  He is a member of 3E Leadership Academy.  After graduation, Keyshun plans to attend a four year university and pursue a major in Education.  His mother is Kiesha Curry.

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27
Paducah Middle Basketball at South Marshall
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Tuesday, November 27, 2018
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27
Paducah Middle Basketball vs. South Marshall
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Tuesday, November 27, 2018
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29
Clark School Toyota Born Learning Academy
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Thursday, November 29, 2018
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4
KIDS Company I Advisory Council Meeting
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Tuesday, December 4, 2018
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4
Paducah Middle Basketball at Heath
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Tuesday, December 4, 2018
Dec
4
Paducah Middle Basketball vs. Heath
7B/8B
Tuesday, December 4, 2018
Dec
4
Paducah Middle Basketball vs. Reidland
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Tuesday, December 4, 2018
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6
Paducah Middle Basketball at Reidland
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Thursday, December 6, 2018
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7
Movie Night
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Friday, December 7, 2018
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10
Paducah Middle School Regular SBDM Meeting
Monday, December 10, 2018
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