Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN


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Joining the Crab Orchard Elementary faculty, staff and student body for a celebration of it's second-place award in value-added scores are, from left, front, Cumberland County Mayor Kenneth Carey Jr.; Virgina Richards with the Educational Consumers Foundation; Director of Schools Aarona VanWinkle; Cumberland County Board of Education Representative Vivian Hutson; Principal Rebecca Farley; and Assistant Principal Debbie Beaty; and back row, Crab Orchard Mayor Emmitt Sherrill; Crossville Police Chief David Beaty and Supervisor of Special Education Keena Inman.

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