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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Holiday Activities at Stewart Home & School

Holiday Activities We are so excited to share with you our many holiday inspired activities throughout the month of December. Stewart Home & School is ready to fully embrace the season and all the joys it brings! We kick things off by enjoying the unmistakable music of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra on December 1st. We’ll also […]

Student of the Month – Your Mayor

Student of the Month Who is your student of the month? It is hard to choose just one! Our newly-elected Mayor Alisa will be highlighted as she was voted into office through the popular vote. Students had the opportunity to vote for who they wanted to represent them for the next year. We want to […]

Employee Spotlight

What a joy it is to feature Sharon Oldham in our November Employee Spotlight. Just as her picture portrays, she is a unique and wonderful bundle of energy and happiness. We hired Sharon in May, 2012, as a full-time houseparent substitute. Only a month later she accepted the role of housemother for Park Place and […]

Down Syndrome Celebration Month

October IS Down Syndrome written by Tricia Brill, Director of Media How appropriate that the Chicago Marathon is in the month of October. Why is it appropriate you ask? Because this year, I am running the Chicago Marathon for Down syndrome on October 9, and October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month! (specifically the LuMind Research […]

“Pete’s Dragon”

Disney’s Pete’s Dragon “Pete’s Dragon” is the most super-fantastic and the best movie that has come out this year in 2016. All the Stewart Home & School students, including I, went to see it and loved every minute of it. All clapped as the hero beat all the villains. I give it thumbs up and […]