Campbellsville Elementary School’s Leaders of the Month for the month of December were recently honored with a luncheon.
Teachers choose one student from their classrooms who exhibit leadership skills throughout the month to be named a Leader of the Month.
And, at the end of the month, CES Lighthouse Team members host a lunch to honor the students.
Community leaders are invited and the CES leaders are given the opportunity to talk and eat with them.
On Wednesday, Dec. 14, community guests included Griffin Hash of Campbellsville Water Co.; Debbie Edwards, retired teacher; Yvette Haskins, community leader and member of several local boards; Dan Durham, program director at Air Evac Lifeteam; Jill Chandler of Kerr Office Products; Kirby Smith, Campbellsville High School principal; and the Rev. Jim Murphy, pastor at Bethel First Presbyterian Church.
Students honored include kindergarteners Jackson Wright, Marlee Dickens, Ayden Andrew, Aleja Taylor and Tristian Harris; first-graders Amani Bridgewater, Ben Lord, Dax Gray, Londyn Smith, Asia Singleton and Alex Mixtega; second-graders Rajon Taylor, Alex Wilson, Baylee Pike, Mason Davis and Kaleigh Wilhoite; and third-graders Brayden Judd, Alexis Wolford, Aleecia Knezevic and Ethan Garrison.
Griffin Hash of Campbellsville Water Co. has lunch with CES students.
The Rev. Jim Murphy, pastor at Bethel First Presbyterian Church, has lunch with CES kindergartener Jackson Wright.
Yvette Haskins, a community leader, has lunch with CES second-grader Baylee Pike.
CES kindergartener Ayden Andrew drinks his lemonade.
CES third-grader Aleecia Knezevic enjoys her lunch.
Dan Durham, program director at Air Evac Lifeteam, has lunch with, clockwise from left, CES first-graders Ben Lord, Dax Gray and Alex Mixtega.
CES kindergartener Tristian Harris talks during lunch.
CHS Principal Kirby Smith talks with CES second-grader Rajon Taylor.
Retired teacher Debbie Edwards has lunch with CES first-grader Londyn Smith, as second-grader Sophia Santos serves dessert.
Jill Chandler of Kerr Office Products talks with CES first-grader Asia Singleton.