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CES preschool teachers visit students at Easter

By Calen McKinney

Campbellsville Elementary School preschool teachers visited their students - at a distance - and gave them a special Easter egg hunt. They rode on a school bus and drove by each students’ home.

When arriving, teachers tossed their students some Easter eggs filled with treats and waved hello.

While school isn’t in session, teachers enjoyed seeing their students – from a safe distance – to say hello and celebrate the Easter holiday.

CES preschool teachers are Suzanna Streeval, Shannon Richardson and Jennifer Spangler.

Assistants are Denise Wilder, Kristen Scalf and Lily Delgado.

This story was posted on 2020-04-24 06:24:25
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CES teachers on an Easter surprise trip

2020-04-24 - Taylor County, KY - Photo by Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer, Campbellsville Independent Schools.
Campbellsville Elementary School preschool teachers visited their students - at a distance - and gave them a special Easter egg hunt. From left are: CES preschool teacher Suzanna Streeval, assistant Lily Delgado, teacher Shannon Richardson and assistant Denise Wilder, bringing their students an Easter surprise.

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