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CU honors Cumberland County teaching excellence

2019-06-12 - Taylor County, KY - Photo by Joshua Williams.
Cumberland County Schools’ teachers were honored at Campbellsville University’s recent Excellence in Teaching Award Ceremony. Dr. Donna Hedgepath, far left, provost and vice president for academic affairs, and Dr. Lisa Allen, sixth from left, dean of the School of Education, presented the awards. From left are: Hedgepath; Dr. Kirk Biggerstaff, superintendent; Erika Murphy, Cumberland County Elementary School; Tiffany Riddle, Cumberland County Middle School, Kim Capps, Cumberland County High School; Allen; Lisa Perdue, Cumberland County Elementary School principal; Jeanie Bandy, Cumberland County Middle School principal; and Jason Dodson, Cumberland County High School principal. Teachers are selected for this honor by their schools to receive Campbellsville University's Excellence in Teaching Award. This is the 33rd annual ceremony held on the Saturday after commencement.

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