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Peay Selected for Inaugural Student Council

Eleven students representing school districts statewide have been selected to serve on the first Next-Generation Student Council, a new group formed by Kentucky Education Commissioner Terry Holliday. Steven Hunter Peay, a junior at Butler County High School, has been selected as a member of the council. “I’m looking forward to meeting with this group of students and hearing their ideas and thoughts about Kentucky’s public education system,” said Holliday. “These students represent the ultimate goals of our state’s educational efforts, which should culminate at the high school level with all students ready for college or careers. I’m very interested in hearing how they think Kentucky is doing in that area.” The eleven, listed by school district, are: · Boone Co. Logan VanWay, 10th grade, Boone County High · Bullitt Co. Forrest Miller, 12th grade, North Bullitt High · Burgin Ind. Brittany Hughes, 12th grade, Burgin High · Butler Co. Steven Peay, 11th grade, Butler County High · Fayette Co. Cory Banta, 12th grade, Bryan Station High · Henderson Co. Jake Walker, 11th grade, Henderson County High · Jefferson Co. Natalie Fahrbach, 11th grade, Louisville Male High · Laurel Co. Blair Walden, 11th grade, South Laurel High · Murray Ind. Tiffany Parham, 10th grade, Murray High · Pikeville Ind. Iman Ali, 11th grade, Pikeville High · Russell Ind. Morgan Casto, 10th grade, Russell High


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