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Grays Chapel celebrates National School Breakfast Week

Grays Chapel celebrates School Breakfast Week

In honor of National School Breakfast Week, March 6-10, 2017, students at Grays Chapel Elementary School were greeted each morning at breakfast with a special guest server.  Thank you to our School Nutrition Manager, Lisa Cole, for your leadership and dedication to creating excitement in our school cafeteria.  Thank you to our guest servers for your willingness to go above and beyond to support our students and our school.  Guest servers were:

Emily Stirewalt – School Counselor

Debbie Allen – 4th grade teacher and our 2017 Outstanding Elementary Math Teacher of the Year

Shelley Stover – Curriculum Support Instructor and our 2017 Distinguished Educator

Ellen Varner – Head Custodian and our 2017 Outstanding Employee

Julie Richardson – 3rd grade teacher and our 2017/2018 Teacher of the Year 

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