Berea Police Department Officer Kristen Napier is settling in as the new School Resource Officer at Berea Community School District. Soon she’ll be starting to teach the Too Good for Drugs program, an initiative to help middle schoolers make good life choices. Napier said she’s glad to be at BCS as the SRO. “I love it,” said Napier. “This is what I’ve always wanted to do, and now I’m doing it.”Continue reading New School Resource Officer’s
Due to construction on US25 and traffic concerns, and in collaboration with Foley Middle School and the Berea Police Department, we have decided upon a new dismissal routine for the next few weeks from the MSHS front parking lot and the light at Rash Road to alleviate some traffic for US25 and busses coming from Shannon Johnson. Upon leaving campus, all vehicles will be directed to turn right onto Glades Road from the front parking lot and MSHS car rider line. All vehicles leaving campus from the Foley car rider line and the light at Rash Rd will also be directed to turn right or proceed straight onto Rash Rd. There will be no left turns at either of these exits.
Foley Middle School student Chris Begley competed in the Region 4 Middle School wrestling tournament on Saturday, January 20th where he took 1st place in the 86 pound weight class. Begley is a 7th grader at Foley Middle school and a member of the Madison Southern Wrestling Eagles High School team. Begley wrestles for Carr Wrestling Academy Middle School team out of Lexington, KY. Continue reading Foley Middle School Student takes 1st in Region
During construction at Foley Middle School, a time capsule from 1995 was unearthed. The school is now attempting to locate the students involved so they can invite them to our Grand Re-Opening ceremony on Oct. 4 at 6 p.m.
If you know any of the following people, (Again, they would have been students at Foley in 1995.) please ask them to call the school at 859-625-6140 Continue reading Foley Middle Time Capsule
The District 11 chapter of The Kentucky Music Educators Association has named Ms. Kristen Harrod from Foley Middle School the KMEA middle school teacher of the year.
District 11 encompasses all music educators in over 13 counties including Madison, Mercer, Boyle, Lincoln, Rockcastle, Garrard, Lee, Jackson, Owsley, Powell, Estill, and Wolfe.
Ms. Harrod is entering her second year at Foley. Under her direction in the 2014-15 school year, the sixth grade, seventh grade, and eighth grade bands earned distinguished ratings at the KMEA District Concert Band Assessment.
“Ms. Harrod is an energetic teacher with a passion for music. “ said Mark Wall, principal at Foley. “She spends time after school working with students and Continue reading Music Educator of the Year
Missy Jenkins Smith, who was paralyzed int he 1997 school shooting in Paducah, will be speaking this Friday October 10, 2014 at Madison Southern High, Foley Middle and Farristown Middle.
On December 1, 1997 a 14-year-old freshman boy who had been bullied for years walked into the Heath High School lobby in West Paducah, Kentucky, and randomly fired a .22-caliber semi-automatic pistol. Three students were killed. Five were injured.
One of the critically injured girls was 15-year-old sophomore Missy Jenkins, who was left paralyzed from the chest down. But just hours after the shooting, Missy did the unthinkable: she forgave the shooter, accepted her disability and Continue reading School Shooting Victim Missy Jenkins Smith to Speak at Three Madison Co. Schools