Cherokee County School Board members visited Liberty Elementary School on Wednesday. Their school tour was led by Student Leadership Team members, who developed a creative scavenger hunt design, and school administrators.
Cherokee County School Board members regularly visit schools for tours with the Superintendent of Schools, members of his staff and the school’s Principal and administrative team. This month, the visit was to Liberty Elementary School, where the group met with Principal Sandi Harrison and her leadership team, toured the school and enjoyed a CCSD School Nutrition lunch from the cafeteria. The tour was led by Student Leadership Team members, who created a scavenger hunt with clues to teach the group about the school.
Cherokee County School Board Vice Chair Rick Steiner, left, poses with first-graders in teacher Tessa Allen’s class after making student Ayden Koziski’s wish come true of meeting the former professional wrestler and getting his action figure autographed.
Cherokee County School Board Vice Chair Rick Steiner makes first-grader Ayden Koziski’s wish come true of meeting the former professional wrestler and getting his action figure autographed.
School Board members Dr. Susan Padgett-Harrison, left, and Erin Ragsdale, right, get ready to enjoy their orange chicken meals. CCSD School Nutrition Executive Director Tina Farmer, third from left, and Supervisor Toni Hedges were on hand to answer board members’ questions.
School Board Chair Kyla Cromer, left, and board member Kelly Poole enjoy a special presentation in teacher Tessa Allen’s first-grade class about the school’s upcoming STEAM Night.
School Board member Erin Ragsdale listens as a student in teacher Tessa Allen’s first-grade class talks about a STEAM lesson, as School Board members and Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian V. Hightower look on.
The above video shows School Board member Dr. Susan Padgett-Harrison, left, and Chair Kyla Cromer ‘conducting’ a music class during the visit to Liberty ES.