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ACMS recognizes employee accomplishments

From Lachana Scholl, School Counselor
Adair County Middle School

Adair County Middle School is proud to recognize a few outstanding employees for furthering their education:
  • Nick Coe MA in Instructional Technology
  • Kate Cowan MA in Instructional Technology
  • Brett Farmer MA in Special Education
  • Jade Holt MA in Teaching
  • Jessica Montgomery Associates in Arts
  • Brandon Roark MA in Secondary Business Education
We appreciate their dedication to their profession and our students!

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ACMS employees recognized

2024-05-23 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Adair Co. Middle School.
ACMS employees Nick Coe, Kate Cowan, Brett Farmer, Jade Holt, Jessica Montgomery, and Brandon Roark have been recognized by the school for earning post-secondary degrees.

ACMS School Counselor Lachana Scholl says, "We appreciate their dedication to their profession and our students!"

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