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Sharon’s Movie Review – Disney’s Beauty and the Beast

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast is the best live-action musical movie that has come our in 2017!  All of the Stewart Home & School students, including myself, went to see it this morning!  We all loved it and cheered for it!  It is better than the animated version of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast!  The […]

Erica’s Chorus Notes!

We went to Morning Pointe in Danville to present a concert on March 20.  It was a beautiful place for beautiful voices.  We sang a lot of songs, and here they are: “When The Saints Go Marching In” Gospel Medley: “Amen”, “Amazing Grace” & “This Little Light Of Mine” Rock & Roll Medley: ”I Love […]

Richie’s Review – Ice Cream!

On Wednesday March 15, Tricia and I went to the Rupp Arena to have a food tasting before the Kentucky High School Sweet 16 games.  I met Cheryl Truman from the Lexington Herald Leader.  We went to an Ice Cream Stand. The Stand is in section 122 of the Arena.  I had vanilla soft served […]

Employee Spotlight – COO

Employee Spotlight – Stephen Randolph You will probably notice a new face on campus this Family Weekend. Stewart Home & School has a new Chief Operating Officer and his name is Stephen Randolph. Stephen comes to us with a wealth of valuable experience in the areas of Finance, Health Care, Insurance and Property Management. He […]

Student Spotlight – Alison

Independent Living – A Promotion Alison has been a student at Stewart Home & School since June 2001! We have had the pleasure of watching her grow from a pre-teen cutie into a beautiful young lady! During the week, Alison is in classes half a day. When she is not in class, she is working […]

A Word From Barry Banker

A Word From the Fifth Generation I am Barry Banker and I had the great fortune of marrying Jean Ann Stewart 40 years ago, which makes me a 5th generation son-in-law. I have had the privilege for the past 30 years of managing the business side of Stewart Home & School.  In 1987, the late […]

Sharon’s Movie Review – A Dog’s Purpose

“A Dog’s Purpose” A meaning for “A Dog’s Purpose” is to be here – now and to have fun in life today. “A Dog’s Purpose” is one the the best original movies that has come out in theaters in years. I got to go see it along with the Stewart Home & School student body. […]

Chorus Report by Erica

Erica’s Chorus Report Hi! My name is Erica and I am a member of the Stewart Home & School Chorus. We went to the Kentucky State Capitol. We sang two songs: the National Anthem and My Old Kentucky Home to open the meeting of the Kentucky Senate. It was pretty fun. I know I was […]

Richie’s Review – “Food As It Should Be”

Panera Bread is a café and bakery all together. Their motto is ‘food as it should be’. Peggy, Lori and I went to have lunch at Panera Bread. Lori had a Grilled Cheese Sandwich with Bacon and a bag of chips and a Chocolate chip cookie and a Lemonade. Peggy had the you pick two […]

Richie’s Review – Pizza!

DaVinci’s pizza motto is “Making pizzas great again.” Their mission is to create a pizza for you that is as good as any you have ever had. Peggy, Bill , and myself went to DaVinci’s for pizza. We all got the buffet . The lunch buffet was all you can eat pizza, but they also […]

Dr. Shelley

Dr. Shelley Sellwood-Davis graduated from the University of Kentucky on Friday, December 16,2016 at the Lexington Center’s Rupp Arena. She received her Doctor of Education Degree with her major in Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation. Her dissertation was entitled, “An Internal Evaluation of a Health Program for Adults with Mild, Moderate and Severe Intellectual Disabilities”. […]

Blessings – Cathy Stewart Brown

Blessings In this season of gratitude, I give thanks for so many blessings and am grateful for wonderful parents and our loving community, Stewart Home & School,  that shaped me.  I am Cathy Stewart Brown, one of Milly Stewart and the late Dr. John Stewart’s four children. I was blessed to grow up on campus […]