2007-05-15 / Front Page

Teachers treated at MCES

by MCL staff writer

Teachers are treated with a home-cooked steak lunch with all the trimmings and excellent service Teachers treated at MCES Teachers are treated with a home-cooked steak lunch with all the trimmings and excellent service Teachers treated at MCES Teaching our young folks isn't as bad as some one might think, at certain times. One of those certain times was last Friday at lunch when all of the Miller County Elementary School teachers were treated to a grilled steak dinner with all the trimmings, compliments of Miller County Elementary School Parent Boosters Club on Thursday, May 10.

Principal Kent Richardson was quick to say that the teachers and personnel at MCES are most deserving of the special treatment, and he stated that he couldn't have handled the lunch preparations without the able help of school councilor, April Tabb, and some of his student helpers.

National Teacher's Appreciation Week was last week, and Miller County Elementary School honored the teachers and staff with the special luncheon.

The special day would not have been possible without people like Principal Kent Richardson, Sponsor April Tabb, MCES Lunchroom staff and the MCES Parent Booster Club.

Cooks for the teacher's treat were Principal Kent Richardson, Antrayves Benton and Javious Miller. Cooks for the teacher's treat were Principal Kent Richardson, Antrayves Benton and Javious Miller. Principal Richardson said, "Over 15 of our young people helped make it a day our teachers and staff remembered."

Servers for the steak dinner were teacher April Tabb, Antrayves Benton, Michaelynn Cobb, Shelby Lee, Kendell Gordon and Anslee Johnson. Servers for the steak dinner were teacher April Tabb, Antrayves Benton, Michaelynn Cobb, Shelby Lee, Kendell Gordon and Anslee Johnson.

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