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Vocational Training Class Providing Hands-On Learning

Vocational Training Class Providing Hands-On Learning

Stewart Home & School is excited about our brand new vocational training class. This unique class allows students to work hands-on with  projects around campus, while learning about different job trades. Today, they were in the Special Olympics storage office removing old cabinet doors. The class is taught by Jennifer Johnson. Great job by all!

A Sneak Peek at the 2018 SHS Yearbook Covers

We are excited to release the design of the front and back covers of our 125th anniversary yearbook! The front of the yearbook features multiple current students forming the number 125 (for the 125th year anniversary). The back highlights the five successive generations of the Stewart family. We hope you like the yearbook design as much […]

A Gift to the KSU Research Farm

Stuart, a student at Stewart Home & School and part-time worker at the Kentucky State University Research Farm, presented Angie Whitehouse with a hand painted landscape completed by Aris, one of our art students. This past year, the KSU Research Farm has held multiple learning workshops for our students. Thank you Angie and the rest of […]

A Look Inside the Stewart Home & School Mayor’s Race: By Margaret Christmas

This year I was asked to help guide our students that wanted to be on our student council. My first task was to help out with our Mayor race. Our students meet with Mary Shouse and myself, and then decide if they would like to throw their hat into the ring. After that decision is […]

Recap of the 2017 Mr. and Miss Stewart Home & School Pageant

The 2017 Mr. and Miss Stewart Home and Pageant was held Thursday, October 5th to a crowd that consisted of staff, students, friends and family. If you we’re not able to tune into our live stream broadcast, we have the a highlight video and list of all of the winners below. Special thanks to Megan […]

Watch the 2017 Mr. and Miss SHS Pageant – LIVE – Oct 5th

The Annual Mr. and Miss Stewart Home & School Pageant is tonight at 5:45PM (EST). You can watch it live by clicking the link. Thanks for joining us tonight!    

Thriller – By Stewart Home & School

In the spirit of the upcoming Halloween season, thirty of our students decided to recreate perhaps the most well-known Halloween video and added their own unique (making it even better!) twist. From applying makeup to directing to acting and dancing, Stewart Home & School students were involved in every stage of the production of this […]

Richie’s Restaurant Review – Penn Station

Penn Station opened in Cincinnati in 1985. It is Known for its hot grilled Subs, fresh squeezed Lemonade, and fresh Cut Fries. It now has 310 restaurants in 15 states. If you like Philly Cheese Steak this is the place. Four of us went to Penn Station. Peggy had the Philly Cheese Steak combo. I […]

New Fall Semester Brings New Staff Roles

With the summer schedule ending soon, and the fall schedule approaching, Stewart Home & School has expanded upon some of it’s programs and have brought in some familiar faces to help them succeed. Brenda Spencer, formally the Recreation Director, is now overseeing the brand new Student Center beneath Springhill Down. Hendrix Bakerfield, who spent the […]

Russell’s Fair Review

The Mercer County Fair received a 9 out of 10. It would have been a perfect 10 if gravatron, scrambler, thunder bolt and surge had been there. Everything else was excellent. I rode tilt a whirl 15 times, planes and tornado five times, bumper cars three times and pirate ship one time

July is National Fragile X Awareness Month

July is National Fragile X Awareness Month. July 22 has been officially recognized by Congress as Fragile X Awareness Day. Many people have never even heard of Fragile X Syndrome, but it is a genetic disorder that is the most common inherited cause of intellectually disability and autism and can range from mild to profound […]

A Day with Frankfort’s Mayor

Hi everyone, this is your beloved Stewart Home & School Mayor. I was asked to write about what I did last week on Thursday and I’ll be happy to do so. Well before I start I just want to give acknowledgments to Sandy Bell, Mary Shouse, David Sellwood and Myles Young for all pitching in […]