The following teachers received Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative Outstanding Educator Awards for their work with special education students: Top row, from left, Mellane Crowe, Danville Independent Schools; Tonia Darbro, Bourbon County Schools; Greg Foley, Danville Independent Schools; Kevin Crosby, Fayette County Schools; Erica Beegle, Fayette County Schools; Stacy Davis, Jessamine County Schools. Second row, from left, Molly Anderson, Fayette County Schools; Suzan Allen, Powell County Schools; Cara Harris, Fayette County Schools; Kaylyn Johnson, Scott County Schools; Elizabeth Ison, Mercer County Schools; Lindsay Pritchett, Anderson County Schools; Theresa Dobbins, Montgomery County Schools; Tess Wilson, Nelson County Schools; Millie Manuel, Paris Independent Schools; Shawn Foley, Jessamine County Schools; Margaret Smith, Bardstown Independent Schools; Joanne Tyler, Woodford County Schools; Kim Hall, Clark County Schools; Jill Settles, Washington County Schools; Cherie Chamberlain, Burgin Independent Schools; Marsha Royalty, Burgin Independent Schools; and Shannon Sparkman, Marion County Schools.
The following teachers received Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative Outstanding Educator Awards for their work with special education students: Top row, from left, Mellane Crowe, Danville Independent Schools; Tonia Darbro, Bourbon County Schools; Greg Foley, Danville Independent Schools; Kevin Crosby, Fayette County Schools; Erica Beegle, Fayette County Schools; Stacy Davis, Jessamine County Schools. Second row, from left, Molly Anderson, Fayette County Schools; Suzan Allen, Powell County Schools; Cara Harris, Fayette County Schools; Kaylyn Johnson, Scott County Schools; Elizabeth Ison, Mercer County Schools; Lindsay Pritchett, Anderson County Schools; Theresa Dobbins, Montgomery County Schools; Tess Wilson, Nelson County Schools; Millie Manuel, Paris Independent Schools; Shawn Foley, Jessamine County Schools; Margaret Smith, Bardstown Independent Schools; Joanne Tyler, Woodford County Schools; Kim Hall, Clark County Schools; Jill Settles, Washington County Schools; Cherie Chamberlain, Burgin Independent Schools; Marsha Royalty, Burgin Independent Schools; and Shannon Sparkman, Marion County Schools. Photo provided
The following teachers received Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative Outstanding Educator Awards for their work with special education students: Top row, from left, Mellane Crowe, Danville Independent Schools; Tonia Darbro, Bourbon County Schools; Greg Foley, Danville Independent Schools; Kevin Crosby, Fayette County Schools; Erica Beegle, Fayette County Schools; Stacy Davis, Jessamine County Schools. Second row, from left, Molly Anderson, Fayette County Schools; Suzan Allen, Powell County Schools; Cara Harris, Fayette County Schools; Kaylyn Johnson, Scott County Schools; Elizabeth Ison, Mercer County Schools; Lindsay Pritchett, Anderson County Schools; Theresa Dobbins, Montgomery County Schools; Tess Wilson, Nelson County Schools; Millie Manuel, Paris Independent Schools; Shawn Foley, Jessamine County Schools; Margaret Smith, Bardstown Independent Schools; Joanne Tyler, Woodford County Schools; Kim Hall, Clark County Schools; Jill Settles, Washington County Schools; Cherie Chamberlain, Burgin Independent Schools; Marsha Royalty, Burgin Independent Schools; and Shannon Sparkman, Marion County Schools. Photo provided

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