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School Board Honors Employees of the Year

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Chephus Grandberry, Teresa M. Taylor, Cornelius Clark, Patrick Jones, Steve Benton Chephus Grandberry, Teresa M. Taylor, Cornelius Clark, Patrick Jones, Steve Benton

The Jackson County Teachers Credit Union, the Jackson County School Board and Mr. Steve R. Benton, Sr. Superintendent of Schools honored the employee nominees from each school and department for 2014 Teacher of the Year, 2013 Rookie Teacher of the Year, and 2013 School Related of the Year.

The crowd attended a reception that began at 4:15 p.m. in the cafeteria with refreshments and the program began at 5:00 p.m. in the auditorium.
The Jackson County District Spelling Bee Winner Chase Corbin lead the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance and the SES choir sang the National Anthem.

Each nominee was introduced and presented with a very nice plaque from Superintendent Benton. The Sneads Elementary Choir provided the entertainment before and after each school nominee was introduced by the Master of Ceremony Mr. Chephus Granberry, Public Relations Coordinator for JCSB.

The District Winners were:

  • 2014 Jackson County Teacher of the Year Mr. Cornelius Clark of Graceville High School he will represent Jackson County in the State Competition in Orlando this Summer.
  • 2013 Jackson county Rookie Teacher of the Year Mr. Patrick Jones of Sneads Elementary School
  • 2013 Vivian F. Ford School Related Employee of the Year Mrs. Terri M. Taylor Secretary at Marianna High School she will represent Jackson County for the state School Related employee of the Year.

This event was very well attended and many positive comments were made.

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