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ACHS teacher Beverly England creates Peer Tutoring program

2013-08-28 - ACHS, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne, Adair Co. School District photo. Adair County High School Exceptional Education teacher, Beverly England, has created a peer tutoring program as part of her curriculum. Trey Spinks and Cody Neat are two student involved in the peer tutoring. They have both taken Agriculture classes and hoped to share their knowledge with other students. Trey and Cody with direction from Ms. England will be working on skills used in daily life. The first project the teens have been working on is a tool box. Show above working to complete his tool box is Matt Combs. We look forward to seeing all the wonderful creations these students create in the coming months. Shown in picture are from left Trey Spinks, Cody Neat, and Matt Combs. - Shamarie Claiborne, Adair County School District Media Publicity Coordinator
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