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Success for Bath County STLP at 2016 State Conference

From BCHS:

Lexie Craig

1st Place

Manipulated Photo



John Erwin

2nd Place

Avaya Get Certified


Kendra Willis served as a

Live Reporter for the conference




From BCMS:


Andrew Coyle and Hunter Bradley- Scratch Ambassadors

Anna Tomblin- Honorable Mention in Art on Demand



Logan Smith and NR Barnes 2nd place in UK Computer Science


Anna Tomblin, Blake Anderson, and Maynard Reinhardt
2nd Place in the Game Design Challenge



Allie Leach, Hunter Bradley, Andrew Coyle, Sammy Bodine, Maynard Reinhardt, and Devin Matthews -2nd place in Help Desk


Sammy Bodine- 1st in Proven Learn Quick Tech Recall


From OES:

  Blake Ott
  1st place
  Flight Simulation



AJ Conyers
2nd  place
PSA on farm safety




Cooper Smoot and Henry Rawlings were recognized for being Scratch Ambassadors!

From CES:

CES students Clay Manley, Mason Lyons, Braden Akers, Connor Carpenter, Lucius Lykins, Brock Donohew, Eli Bradley, Jace Jent, Aubrey Derrickson, Caleen Treadway, Kaylee McCarty, Mahailah White and Kirsten Vice all represented CES at STLP State Competition.

Clay Manley, Brock Donohew, Mahailah White, and Eli Bradley represented CES at STLP State with their Scratch Project.

Kaylee McCarty, Caleen Treadway, Lucius Lykins and Braden Akers are ready to compete in the UK Computer Science competition.

Mason Lyons participated in KY Playground activities at State STLP.

We are very proud of our STLP members' accomplishments!  Kristal Robinson is the STLP adviser at Bath County High School. BCMS STLP students are advised by Vickie Moriarity and Amanda Ballman.  Michelle Lyons and Jessica Haynes are the CES advisers.  Shannon Hill advises the OES STLP.  She was able to see some of her earliest STLP members compete at the high school level this year.

More information about the STLP program can be accessed through this link:  http://stlp.education.ky.gov/#state

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