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Cedar Grove Elementary School Teachers 'N' Town
Cedar Grove teachers participating in the first T'N'T event were Leah Smith, Melissa Lowe, Tonya Lewis, Theresa Waddell, Counselor Casey Newberry, Terra Shaver, Christine Mitchell, Kelly Davison and Principal Andy Moberly.
Participants in Cedar Grove's T'N'T could sign up for library cards. Jaxon Bates gets his face painted by Counselor Casey Newberry. Zane and Mason Risinger check out some technology. Jayla Naylor and her grandmother Patsy Terhune. Addison Booth is seen with Pam Reeser as she rolls the dice during a game. Jay Davison watched as his son, Jayce, worked an activity. Jaxon Bates showed a stuffed animal to teacher and TNT organizer Melissa Lowe. Savannah Walls and Lydia Gabbert colored pictures. Teachers Theresa Waddell and Tonya Lewis assisted students with activities. Emily Walls leans in for a closer look while sitting next to her brother, James, as Christine Mitchell reads a book. Molly Davison enjoys the first TNT event. Bernheim Middle School student Olivia Shaver volunteered her time and worked an activity with Landon Dennis. Guidance Counselor Casey Newberry turned everyone's face into a mouse, including Luke Conely. The first Teachers 'N' Town for Cedar Grove Elementary School was held Aug. 30 at Ridgway Memorial Library in Shepherdsville. Christine Mitchell read the book If I Gave a Mouse a Cookie to Riley Dustin and her mom.
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1040 Highway 44 East
Shepherdsville, KY 40165