Two Graves teachers serve n KYCEC board

Graves County High School special education teacher Miranda Reed (right) recently was appointed to a three-year term as a member-at-large of the Kentucky Council for Exception Children’s executive board at the organization’s summer leadership meeting in Louisville. Debbie Samples (left), a special education teacher at Graves County’s Cuba Elementary School, also serves on the executive board as mini-grant chair and member-at-large. Pictured between the two is outgoing KYCEC president Arden Goodman. The Council for Exceptional children is an international community of educators who are the voice and vision of special education. Its mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals with exceptionalities and their families through professional excellence and advocacy.

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