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Graves teachers prep for student arrival

Graves County Schools’ teachers have returned to school after the summer break to prepare their classrooms and to participate in professional development instruction. All district faculty and staff will gather in the Eagles’ Nest Gymnasium in Graves County High School Monday. It’s all in anticipation of the first day of classes for students: Tuesday, Aug. 6.
GCHS science teachers Jeremy Krug and Christina Goatley concentrate on paperwork during one session.
Graves County Middle School’s new assistant principal, Jonathan Miller, is shown leading teachers in viewing material projected on a screen.
Central Elementary School teachers, foreground from left, Sarah Oliver, Stephanie West, and Amy Murphey listen to principal Stephanie Sullivan as they gather and mark their notes.
(Photos by Paul Schaumburg, Graves County Schools)

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