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ACES students learn about Veterans Day

From Lisa Newell
Adair County Elementary School

Several classes at Adair County Elementary School learned about and reflected on the importance of Veterans Day on Wednesday, November 10, 2021. Amongst those were students in Mrs. Newell's social studies classes. Students were given the opportunity to share about a special veteran in their life.

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2021-11-11 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Lisa Newell.
As they learned and reflected on the importance of Veterans Day, students in Mrs. Newell's social studies classes were given the opportunity to share about a special veteran in their life.

Pictured left to right: 4th graders, Keegan Birdwell, Christian Law, and Colton Grant.

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ACES students learn about Veterans Day, 2 of 2



2021-11-11 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Lisa Newell.
As they learned and reflected on the importance of Veterans Day, students in Mrs. Newell's social studies classes were given the opportunity to share about a special veteran in their life.

Pictured left to right: 4th graders John Klein, Ethan Cook, Riley Helm, Ellie McGuffin, Remy Warmouth, and Mrs. Newell.

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