TCMS teacher salutes volunteer speakers

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I would like to thank the following community leaders who recently volunteered time from their busy schedules to volunteer in our school. These individuals came to Trimble County Middle School earlier this month and presented lessons from the Junior Achievement Program, entitled “It’s My Future,” adding their own personality, expertise and knowledge to the topics. The volunteers were: Stacy Bruner, Trimble County Circuit Court Clerk; Tammy Felts, Purchasing Agent from Madison Chemical Company, Kayla Baker, college student at IUS and TCMS alumni; Ben Meadows, Carroll County Parks & Recreation; Kevin Bradley, retired administrator from IVY Tech; and Debbie Roberts, Vice President of Carrollton Federal Bank.
In addition, I’d like to thank two other community leaders who came to TCMS on March 17 and shared the finer aspects of their careers with students. Local funeral directors, embalmers and elected officials Frederica Congleton, with Ransdell Funeral Home, and Ken Goins, with Lytle Funeral Homes, visited our school and discussed their businesses with middle schoolers and even drove a hearse.
It’s caring, believing and knowledgeable individuals like these that can enrich our students’ lives. Community leaders serve as great role models for our children and I was delighted to each of them visit our school.
Thank you for being a friend to education.
Chuck Roberts
Trimble County Middle School College & Careers Teacher
8th Grade Girls Basketball Coach