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2024 Scholarship Recipients 

Carter Cunagin

Carter Cunagin is a senior at Jackson County High School. He is graduating in the top five in his class. He plans on attending the University of the Cumberlands in the fall. He will major in Accounting and plans on becoming a CPA. 

Congratulations, Carter!




Damonica Partin

Damonica Partin is a school librarian at Robert D. Campbell Jr. High School. She has taught 23 years in middle school and 18 of those years have been in Clark County.  She really loves being a school librarian because every day is a new challenge!

Congratulations, Damonica!




Laneia Archer

Laneia Archer is a senior at Marshall County High School. Laneia plans to attend Murray State University beginning in the fall of 2024 where she will pursue a Bachelors of Science in Nursing. Best wishes to Laneia in all of her current and future endeavors! 

Congratulations, Laneia!




Rebecca Gordon & Bob LaDeur


Rebecca Gordon is a senior at Madison Central High School in Richmond, KY. Rebecca plans to attend Sullivan University in the fall to further her studies in Baking and Pastry Arts. Rebecca also enjoys soccer and being involved at her church. Bob LaDeur was Rebecca's sponsor and thus, also a recipient of a KAPE Scholarship! Mr. LaDeur is currently a Guidance Counselor at Madison Central.  

Congratulations, Rebecca and Mr. LaDeur!



Cassie Feese

Cassie Feese is a 2nd Grade ELA teacher for Highland Elementary in Glasgow, KY. Mrs. Feese has been teaching elementary grades for the past seven years! Cassie is married with a son and enjoys spending time outdoors, leading worship at church, and being with her family! Mrs. Feese is currently pursuing a GRREC-Ed certification because she loves teaching reading!  

Congratulations, Cassie!



Caydrian Lawsom

Photo by: Tasha Brumback-Hughes

Caydrian Lawson is a senior at South Laurel High School. She will be attending Eastern Kentucky University to study Elementary Education. She enjoys anything outdoors, reading, and being with her family. Caydrian has always loved spending time with children, and hopes to inspire many through teaching. Caydrian was sponsored by her mother, Charlisa Lawson, a preschool teacher inLaurel County.

 

Congratulations, Caydrian!



Cailyn Holbrook

From left to right: Donna House, Cailyn Holbrook, & sponsoring KAPE member teacher Angela Lockhart


Cailyn Holbrook is a graduate of Pike County Central High School in Pikeville, KY. She is the oldest of five siblings. Cailyn plans to complete her general education courses at Big Sandy Community and Technical College and then complete a degree in Imaging Sciences at Morehead State University. Her career goal is to be an ultrasound technician.

 

Congratulations, Cailyn!



Tayver Allen

From left to right: Regina Sandberg & Tayver Allen


Tayver Allen is finishing up her 3rd year at Dixie Magnet Elementary in Lexington, KY. Ms. Allen is working towards her National Board Certification and is excited to implement those new routines/concepts in her classroom. In her free time, she loves to read and get outside for a walk with her dog.

 

Congratulations, Tayver!




Hannah Combs

Hannah Combs is a 2024 recipient of a KAPE scholarship for excellence. She is a graduating senior at Clay County High School and plans to attend Eastern Kentucky University where she will major in Elementary Education. 

Congratulations, Hannah!



Mason Beach

Mason Beach is a Senior at Harlan County High school. He is an honor student and has achieved a 3.96 GPA. He is the President of the National Beta Club, a member of the student advisory council, National Honors Society, and National Spanish Honors Society. He is a dual sport athlete in football and Bass fishing. Mason will attend Lincoln Memorial University in the Fall where he will earn an exercise science degree and then obtain his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.

Congratulations, Mason!








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