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Senior recognition

Photo submitted by Cody Elms Through a collaborative effort, Warren County School District and the Times Observer, along with a number of other sponsors — including Warren Manor, WCCBI, Cambridge Warren, and the Rouse — had yard signs made and placed at the entrance to all four district high schools for each and every graduating senior in the class of 2020; “seniors that have not had a typical end to their high school careers, to say the least,” said Times Observer Publisher Robert Patchen. Duplicate signs — like the one above for Walker Kyler and the rest of Sheffield High School’s seniors — were also given to each graduating senior in the district for their yards at home. Rather than sell them, Superintendent Amy Stewart said Warren County School District, the Times Observer and sponsors “wanted to make sure every senior got one.” In recent weeks, the district and community have come up with unique ways to recognize seniors and students, as well as teachers and employees, for “doing the best we can with (the options) we have,” said Stewart. “We’re not done yet.”

Photo submitted by Cody Elms

Through a collaborative effort, Warren County School District and the Times Observer, along with a number of other sponsors — including Warren Manor, WCCBI, Cambridge Warren, and the Rouse — had yard signs made and placed at the entrance to all four district high schools for each and every graduating senior in the class of 2020; “seniors that have not had a typical end to their high school careers, to say the least,” said Times Observer Publisher Robert Patchen. Duplicate signs — like the one above for Walker Kyler and the rest of Sheffield High School’s seniors — were also given to each graduating senior in the district for their yards at home. Rather than sell them, Superintendent Amy Stewart said Warren County School District, the Times Observer and sponsors “wanted to make sure every senior got one.” In recent weeks, the district and community have come up with unique ways to recognize seniors and students, as well as teachers and employees, for “doing the best we can with (the options) we have,” said Stewart. “We’re not done yet.”

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