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Beckham Preston (Bee) Compton, Barren Co., KY; Adair Co. native (1925-2017)


2017-05-27 - Photo from Stotts-Phelps-McQueary Funeral Home.

Beckham Preston (Bee) Compton, Barren Co., KY; Adair Co. native (1925-2017)


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Green County teachers honored at CU for Excellence in Teaching


2017-05-27 - Campbellsville University - Photo by Drew Tucker.
Green County School awards were presented at CU's Excellence in Teaching ceremony to Amy Shofner, Green County Primary School; Sandra Bell, Green County Middle School; and Laura Cash, Green County High School. From left in the picture are: Dr. Donna Hedgepath, vice president for academic affairs; Ben Davenport, principal, Green County Primary School; Amy Shofner, Green County Primary School; Sandra Bell, Green County Middle School; Philip West, principal, Green County Middle School; Laura Cash, Green County High School; Karen Marcum, principal, Green County High School; and Dr. Beverly Ennis, dean of the Campbellsville University School of Education. Shofner is a teacher at Green County Primary School where she has been working since 2002. She graduated from Green County High School in 1988. In 1992, she obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education from Lindsey Wilson College. In 1996, she achieved her MA in Education at Campbellsville University. Her parents are Glen Hancock of Greensburg and the late Mary Sue Hancock. She has two children, Baylee and Kinsy. Bell teaches sixth grade math at Green County Middle School, where she has worked since 1999. Bell graduated from Adair County High School in 1984. In 1989, she obtained her BA in Education from Lindsey Wilson College. She attended Western Kentucky University, where she obtained her MA and Rank 1 in 1992 in 1994. She is married to James Bell, and they have two children: Andrea Bell Stevenson and Bradley Bell. Her parents are Loretta and William (Billy) Grant from Glensfork, Ky. Cash teaches ninth integrated grade science at Green County High School, where she has been teaching since 2015, and also where she graduated in 2008. She obtained her BA in 2012 from Campbellsville University. In 2015, she obtained a MA from the University of the Cumberlands. She is married to Josh Cash; they have a daughter, Payton Elizabeth. She is the daughter of Randy and Debbie Murray of Columbia and Billy Bishop of Greensburg.

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Casey County teachers honored at CU for Excellence in Teaching


2017-05-27 - Campbellsville University - Photo by Drew Tucker.
Casey County School awards were presented at CU's Excellence in Teaching ceremony to Shelly Hill, Jones Park Elementary School; Julie Hayes, Casey County Middle School; and Susan Stringer, Casey County High School. From left in the photo are: Dr. Donna Hedgepath, vice president for academic affairs; Susan Stringer; and Dr. Beverly Ennis, dean of the Campbellsville University School of Education. Hill is a 4th grade teacher at Jones Park Elementary School, where she has been teaching since 2004. She graduated in 1987 from Casey County High School. In 2002, she obtained her Master in Education (K-6, LBD K-12). She is married to Jeff Hill and has three children: Allison Sellers, Chase and Emily. Hayes teaches 7th grade Language Arts at Casey County Middle School. She graduated from Fulton County High School in 1989. Then, she obtained a BA in 1993 from Murray State University. In 2004, she achieved another bachelorís degree, but this time from Eastern Kentucky University, same school where she obtained her first masterís in 2007. Her second masterís degree she achieved in 2011 when she graduated from University of The Cumberlands. She is married to Breece Hayes and they have three children: Breece, Benton and Brenna. Stringer teaches AP Calculus, College Algebra, College Trigonometry, and Algebra 2 at Casey County High School, where she has been teaching since 1991. She graduated from Russell County High School in 1987, and obtained her Bachelor in Math in 1991 from Campbellsville University. In 1994, she obtained a Master in Math Education from Western Kentucky University. In 2001, she achieved a Rank 1 in Math Education; and in 201 she obtained her Principal Certification. Her parents are Rena and Ivan Bennett from Russell Springs, KY. She is married to Barry Stringer, and they have four children: Travis, Shelby, Trace and Tanner.

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Sheri Norris and her girls enjoying a playful moment


2017-05-27 - Highway 61, Adair County, KY - Photo from family collection.
Sheri Norris, left, and her daughters Zoey, 15, and Gabby, 13, at right, captured this photo in a fun moment together. Sheri and her husband Mike are owners of Breeding Country Mart in southern Adair County where Cumberland, Adair and Metcalfe Counties join. The girls attend Cumberland County Schools like their Mom and Dad did and are out of school for summer. They are talented barrel racers and help care for the family's horses. -- LW

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Cumberland County teachers honored at CU for Excellence in Teaching


2017-05-27 - Campbellsville University - Photo by Drew Tucker.
Cumberland County School awards were presented at CU's Excellence in Teaching ceremony to Becky Ballard, Cumberland County Elementary School; Rodney Smith, Cumberland County Middle School; and Nathan Britt, Cumberland County High School. From left in the photo are: Dr. Donna Hedgepath, vice president for academic affairs; Rodney Smith; Michelle Bell, principal, Cumberland County Middle School; and Dr. Beverly Ennis, dean of the Campbellsville University School of Education. Ballard has taught 4th and 5th grade at Cumberland County Elementary School since 1993. She graduated from Cumberland County High School in 1988. Ballard attended Western Kentucky University, where she obtained her bachelorís and masterís degrees in 1992 and 1996, respectively, and also, where she received her Rank I. She is married to Michael Ballard, and they have two children, Hannah and Micah. Her parents are Betty and the late Edward Lee Bryant, Burkesville. Smith teaches sixth and seventh grade language arts and geography at Cumberland County Middle School, where he has worked since 2014. He graduated in 1992 from Clinton County High School. In 2013, Smith obtained his BA from Western Kentucky University. His parents are Eloise Smith from Albany, Ky., and the late Jim Smith. He is married to Rebecca Smith, and they have three children: Elizabeth and Emily Smith and the late Walker Smith. Britt teaches ninth and 11th grade social studies at Cumberland County High School, where he has taught since 2008. He graduated in 2002 from Clinton County High School. In 2008, Britt received a BA from Western Kentucky University. In 2017, he obtained his MA from the University of the Cumberlands. Britt is married to Jessica Britt; they have one child, Thorin Britt. His parents are Louise and Jim Britt from Albany, Ky.

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