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Carl Sode retires from ACMS

By Debra Waddell

Mr. Carl Sode, seventh grade social studies teacher at Adair County Middle School, has retired and is enjoying his time pursuing several endeavors.

Thirty-five years ago Mr. Sode began his teaching career as the first social studies teacher hired at the June Buchanan School, a college preparatory high school located on the campus of Alice Lloyd College in Knott County, Kentucky. After 19 years, Mr. Sode and his wife, Rebekah, the Middle School librarian, decided to settle in Green County. He was later hired to fill a position at the Adair County Alternate School. When it was reorganized ten years ago he was transferred to Adair County Middle School.


Mr. Sode began working when only ten years old, delivering newspapers in Chicago, Illinois, where he was born and raised. Mr. Sode considers his family's move to Elkhorn City, Kentucky, at the end of his eight grade year, the greatest thing ever. He loves the friendly folks of this state and never wants to leave.

Mr. Sode enjoyed playing football and running track in high school. He also ran cross-country during his college years. Mr. Sode has worked his whole life in various fields including construction, welding, youth ministry, and even teaching electricity at Green County's Vocational School before settling into his teaching positions here in Adair County.

He hopes to spend his retirement years on his Green County farm, riding his motorcycle and playing with his grandsons.


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Mr. Carl Sode retires from ACMS



2021-04-20 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Adair County Middle School.
Mr. Carl Sode, seventh grade social studies teacher at Adair County Middle School, has retired. He hopes to spend his retirement years on his Green County farm, riding his motorcycle and playing with his grandsons.

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