School District Employees Recognized



Employees from each school are recognized each month for their outstanding performance. September employees recognized during Cheatham County Board of Education Board Meeting on Monday, October 3, included: ACES Toni Spain Pennington, Teacher; ECES Janeen Harris, Receptionist/Attendance Clerk; KSES Dr. Sherry Gibbs, Academic Specialist; PES Myleah Gallagher, Teacher; PVES Kristy Proctor, Teacher; CMS Kimberly Bagwell, Teacher; HMS Taylor Hummell, Teacher; SMS Jennifer Lamb, Teacher; HHS Ricky Woods, Assistant/Coach; SHS Lori Duncan, Counselor; RA Katie Vogel, Teacher and two employees not in attendance Monday but were recognized included Teacher; WCES Connie Langley, Nurse and CCCHS Linda McDaniel, Librarian.  Employees are given a certificate and A.O. Smith and Cheatham County Chamber of Commerce sponsor the recognition by providing $25 dollar gift cards to Wal-Mart for each recognized employee.

Cheatham News congratulates employees recognized and appreciate their commitment and dedication to Cheatham County School District.

-Tonya Steele

Photo will also appear in the I-24 Exchange Newspaper published October 7, 2016 – 

VIATonya Steele
SOURCEI-24 Exchange Newspaper
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