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Graves Co. students deliver personal 'thanks' to board members

(Photo by Paul Schaumburg, Graves County Schools) (Photo by Paul Schaumburg, Graves County Schools)
GRAVES COUNTY, KY (KFVS) -

Graves County Schools students delivered personal "thanks" for specific things the board of education has done to make their schools and school work productive, successful, and enjoyable.

Superintendent Kim Dublin’s administrative assistant, Ann Clapp, created the program and decorations.

Students, their schools they represented, and their grade levels include, from left, (front row) Farmington fourth grader Rachel Sweeney, Symsonia sixth grader Natalie Gardner, Lowes sixth grader Maddi Moyers, Fancy Farm sixth grader Gwen Munsell, Wingo fifth grader Marley Shoulta, Sedalia third grader Makenna Braden, (middle row) Graves County Middle School eighth grader Levi Kelley, Graves County High School senior Becca Green, and Central Elementary sixth grader Drew Hayden. (Back row) Board of Education members include Ronnie Holmes, Kelly Whitaker, Julie Moffitt, Susan Barton, and Jim Wurth.

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