Graves High newspaper wins MSU web award

Graves County High School’s Eagle’s Eye student newspaper introduced a new, on-line edition since the beginning of the 2012-13 school year. Adrienne Custer, the paper’s new teacher and advisor, “has been on the ball, as her leadership and initiatives are already paying off,” according to the school’s Fine Arts Academy principal, Jennifer Tilford. “Mrs. Custer’s students are doing an extraordinary job and we are so proud of how much they've already accomplished in six short weeks.” In competition at Murray State University recently, the Eagle’s Eye won first place for its website design. See the on-line Eagle’s Eye at www.gchseagleseye.com. Pictured, from left, are (front Row) Hannah Templeton, Becca Green, C.J. Wilson, Laci Ellis, (middle row) adviser Adrienne Custer, Maranda Branum, Bekah Courtney, Gabby Adams, Alyssa Rollston, (back row) Josh Yarbrough, Caleb Pack, Jillian Winn, Johnathan Wooldridge, and Katie Meade.

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