Last Names A - F Regina Taylor
Last Names G - O Kristen Wilson
Last Names P - Z Allyson Lusby
Social Worker Don Offutt
Testing Coordinator Amanda Best
Registrar Sandra Simmons
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Seniors, you will still be able to turn in scholarships during our 3 week break. Feel free to email them to me at Kristen.Wilson@woodford.kyschools.us, mail them, or drop them by the high school. Continue to check our website for scholarship opportunities. https://www.woodford.kyschools.us/1/Content/148
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KHEAA is pleased to announce the following information regarding dual credit scholarship assistance for the 2019-2020 academic year:
- Senate Bill 98 passed during the 2019 legislative session, providing a permanent framework for the Work Ready KY Scholarship program, including the Work Ready KY Dual Credit Scholarship (WKDC).
- The attached Eligibility by Fund Source document can help students and parents understand scholarship options.
- A list of participating institutions by program is also attached. Note that not all institutions are participating in the WKDC program.
- Subject to available funding, WKDC pays for two (2) Career and Technical Education (CTE) dual credit courses per year for students in grades 9-12.
- Beginning with the 2019-2020 year, students who are eligible for the Dual Credit Scholarship (DCS) program do NOT have to use DCS before WKDC. They may select the scholarship program that best suits their needs.
- The maximum amount participating institutions can charge for dual credit offered during the 2019-2020 year is $58.00 per credit hour. This applies to all dual credit regardless of payment source. As a reminder, dual credit students cannot be charged fees, but they are responsible for paying costs related to instructional materials, textbooks and online access codes for e-books.
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The University of Kentucky College of Medicine is offering several summer programs to students interested in being future health care leaders. Please visit
ACAP is a trademark program owned by the National Association of Black Accountants, Inc. and is currently held in many major cities across the country. ACAP is a 4-day summer residency program where selected students reside at the University of Louisville to attend workshop sessions, panel discussions, and site visits to learn about college majors and careers in accounting, finance, data analytics, business and/or computer information systems. There will be one session held for ACAP Kentucky during the summer of 2020. There is no cost to attend for students selected for ACAP campus residency program.
This high school camp is a 4-day residency camp on the UL campus which gives students a hint of college campus/dorm life and is free of charge. The camp offers exposure through interactive workshops, group projects, outings/activities and site visits to area businesses. It is truly a unique experience for students, and it also offers the ability for students to build meaningful relationships through numerous interactions with other participants, NABA members and other accounting and business-related professionals. Participants will use structured exercises and business-focused case studies to develop awareness about the above-mentioned college majors and careers.
The camp has a selective application process, and students should be encouraged to apply early. The application deadline is April 20, 2020.
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