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Eight Kentucky Schools Receive Transportation Grants Through Kentucky State Parks Foundation

Students from eight more Kentucky schools are taking field trips to a Kentucky State Park thanks to a transportation grant from the Kentucky State Parks Foundation.

The KSPF’s “Inside Out Education” initiative allows schools to seek the grants that enable students to learn about the environment, history or culture at a Kentucky State Park.

“These trips provide excellent learning opportunities for these students,” Parks Commissioner Donnie Holland said. “They also bring young people to our state parks so they can experience our history and natural environment.”

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TRAFFIC ADVISORY

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Parade season is upon us, and most of our parades are happening this week. Today both high school homecoming parades will be held, and the Spoonbread parade will be held this Saturday. We will have officers directing traffic, but you should expect delays in the following areas.

Berea Community Homecoming Parade
Thursday September 20 @ 4:00pm
The parade will exit Berea Community School, turn left onto Ellipse St, right on Highway 595, right onto Chestnut St, right onto Ellsipse St, and back to Berea Community School. Continue reading TRAFFIC ADVISORY

Traffic Alert

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.

Madison Southern FFA took part in the Kentucky FFA Leadership Training Center

Pictured (from top left to right) Clayton Cornelius, Shane Barrett, Andy Northern, Logan Kirby and Clay Cornett
(from bottom left right) Lauren Rowlette, Brookelyn Hoover, Chelsea Haigh and Ansley Cornelius

Berea’s Madison Southern FFA chapter left on Monday, June 18 to take part in the Kentucky FFA Leadership Training Center based in Hardinsburg, Kentucky.

The team of ten consisted of Lauren Rowlette (President), Chelsea Haigh (Secretary), Clay Cornett (Reporter), Seth Anderson (Vice President), Clayton Cornelius (Sentinel), Logan Kirby (Treasurer), Andy Northern (Chaplain), Brookelyn Hoover (Historian) and Committee Chairmen Shane Barrett and Ansley Cornelius. The chapter was followed along by advisors Kevin Anderson and Madison Southern’s new agriculture teacher, Janna Cline. Continue reading Madison Southern FFA took part in the Kentucky FFA Leadership Training Center

MADISON SOUTHERN HIGH SCHOOL WINS TBF/FLW HIGH SCHOOL FISHING KENTUCKY STATE CHAMPIONSHIP ON LAKE CUMBERLAND

The Madison Southern High School fishing duo of Blake Harold of Berea, Kentucky, and Cameron Cochran of Mount Vernon, Kentucky, brought a five-bass limit to the scale Saturday weighing 17 pounds, 7 ounces to win the 2018 TBF/FLW High School Fishing Kentucky State Championship on Lake Cumberland.

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Rumored Threat at Madison Southern High School

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Many of you have heard about a rumored threat at MSHS Eagles (Madison Southern High School). We believe there is NO actual threat or viable threat to the safety of any of our students or staff. We are and will continue to work with Berea Police Department and other local law enforcement to ensure the safety of everyone involved. There will be an increased police presence on the campus tomorrow and in the coming days as a precaution. Thank you to the many students, staff, parents, and community members who reached out with this information this evening.