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Feese, Cox, and Thompson receive Excellence in Teaching Award

By Phyllis Curry

Three Adair County teachers have received the Excellence in Teaching Award for 2020-2021 from Campbellsville University:
  • Tonya Feese, Elementary Category
    Tonya teaches kindergarten at Adair County Primary Center. She started teaching in 1998 at Knifley Grade Center. Tonya has taught both preschool and kindergarten (all in Adair County). She is married to James Feese, and they reside in the Knifley area with children Kiley and Grant. Her parents are Patricia Melton and Earl Grant. Tonya is a graduate of Adair County High School, Lindsey Wilson College, and Western Kentucky University.

  • Adam Cox, Middle School Category
    Adam teaches 8th Grade Math at Adair County Middle School, where he has been since 2015. He lives in Russell Springs, with wife Anna Grace Marie Cox and son Lincoln Alexander Cox. Adam is a graduate of Russell County High School, Western Kentucky University, and the University of the Cumberlands.

  • Charles Thompson, Jr., High School Category
    Charles teaches business courses at Adair County High School. He lives in Pulaski County, with wife Bethany Lane Thompson and children Amelia Claire Thompson and Connor Wade Thompson. He is a first year teacher at Adair County High School and a graduate of Washington County High School and University of the Cumberlands. His parents are Sandra King and Rick Thompson.

The purpose of this award is to recognize quality teaching in Kentucky schools and to strengthen the field of education. It provides statewide recognition to three outstanding individuals for their leadership and dedication to the teaching profession. Implicit in the award is the expectation that the recipients' examples may inspire all teachers to excel.



Through the Excellence in Teaching awards program, Campbellsville University presents certificates to teachers in each grade level (preschool/elementary, middle grades, and high school) as selected by their school districts.

Read more about the Excellence in Teaching awards, including past winners, at www.campbellsville.edu.


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Feese, Cox, and Thompson receive Excellence in Teaching Award



2021-03-12 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Phyllis Curry.
Adair County teachers Tonya Feese, Adam Cox, and Charles Thompson, Jr., have received the Excellence in Teaching Award for 2020-2021 from Campbellsville University. The purpose of this award is to recognize quality teaching in Kentucky schools and to strengthen the field of education. The teachers will be recognized at a luncheon later in the spring.

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