Teachers Given Ice Cream in Thanks by Students

Last week, teachers, administrators and staff at the Anderson County High School were shown much appreciation by the Key Club at the school with a surprise ice cream social that took place after school.  Approximately 60 teachers and other school personnel attended the social event.

With assistance from the S.O.S. (Saving Our Students) Youth Coalition, gourmet ice cream and homemade designer mini-cupcakes were served to each person in attendance at the event. Student gratitude to their teachers was for teacher support and participation in the recent filming of a lip dub video that was created for promoting positive social norming within the school and community, which in turn can prevent substance abuse.

Teachers were given handwritten thank you notes from Key Club members for everything they have done to help students during the school year.

Ice cream and cupcakes were provided by Tastefully Kentucky in downtown Lawrenceburg.  Gail Silverman, Carol Gaulin, and Justin Silverman of Tastefully Kentucky assisted with the ice cream social.

A special message of appreciation was given to Spanish, Arts and Humanities teacher, Elizabeth Swartz, who is the Key Club Advisor. The Lawrenceburg Kiwanis Club sponsors the ACHS Key Club of which Mrs. Swartz serves as treasurer.

-Written by Donna Crain Drury

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