April Spotlight on people and programs

April Spotlight on People and Programs



Be Somebody for April

Elizabeth Hedgecock – Pickett School – 1st grade teacher

Jerome Dukes – Lexington Senior High School – Substitute teacher

Christopher “Chief” Miller – Southwest School – 5th grade student Be Somebody award be somebody award

Technology Teachers of the Quarter

Adrianne Staten – Teacher,  Charles England Elementary School

Lisa Hathaway – EC Teacher, Lexington Senior High School tech teacher of quarter Staten tech teacher of quarter hathaway

Geography Bee Winners

Team 2 Pickett School – Wesley Rummage, Julian Romero, Chase Cannon,

Max O’ Connell, Arleth Velasquez, and Abril Stumbo geography bee winner geography bee winner

United Way Campaign School Winners

Southwest Elementary School – 1st place

Charles England Elementary School – 2nd place

South Lexington Developmental Center – 3rd place unitedway winner

Student Logo Contest Winners

Elementary ---Gabrielle Robinson – 3rd grade student at Southwest School

Middle Finalist --Koen Hill – 6th grade student at Lexington Middle School

High School Finalist --Abiel Romero – 11th grade student at Lexington Senior High School student logo contest winner student logo contest winner

Staff Logo Contest Winners – Two Winners for this category

Ella Frazier – 4th & 5th grade teacher at Pickett Elementary School

Jessie DeLapp – 2nd grade teacher at Southwest Elementary School logo contest staff winners

Digital Learning Day Winners

Kaaren Haworth – Charles England School

Cindy Shoaf – Lexington Middle School