Madisonville Community College (MCC) students Sarah Huddleston and Kaylann Simmons
have each been awarded a $550 scholarship from the Judith K. Moore Memorial Endowment.
The Endowment was founded in memory of Judy Moore, a long-time MCC employee and advocate
for the School Counts! program. To be eligible, recipients must have completed the
School Counts! program, be enrolled full-time at MCC, maintain a minimum 3.0 grade
point average, and pursue either an Associate in Applied Science degree in Business
Administration or an Associate of Arts degree.
Huddleston, of Dawson Springs, and Simmons, of Hanson, both successfully met the School
Counts! program criteria during their high school years and the Endowment scholarship
guidelines. Huddleston currently has a 3.684 grade point average and is pursuing
an Associate in Applied Science degree in Business Administration. Simmons is maintaining
a 3.059 GPA and is also working towards an Associate in Applied Sciences degree in
School Counts! is a work ethic/scholarship program for all students enrolled at public
high schools in Hopkins and Muhlenberg counties. Students are automatically enrolled
at the beginning of the freshman year and must successfully meet the following criteria
each school year to remain in the program and earn a Work Ethic Certificate: Maintain
a minimum 95% attendance; Maintain a minimum 2.50 grade point average each academic
year; Take more than the minimum number of credits required for graduation; Complete
high school in four years.