Bell County Teachers Honored
by Campbellsville University Excellence in Teaching Award
Campbellsville University annually recognizes the quality teaching in the schools across the state of Kentucky in order to strengthen the field of education. This award provides statewide recognition to three outstanding teachers from the school district who have shown leadership skills and dedication to the teaching profession. The recipients of this award are examples to rest of their peers and should provide inspiration for all teachers to excel in the field.
Each district may select one elementary teacher, one middle school teacher, and one high school teacher. All teachers who are selected by their district receive a personalized certificate, press release and photo for the local newspaper in addition to an invitation for an award's luncheon.
2020 Bell County School District Campbellsville University Excellence in Teaching Award recipients are:
Ashley Maguet from Page School Center (Elementary level)
Thomas Heck from Bell Central School Center (Middle Level)
Lauren Good from Bell County High School (Not Pictured)
Previous winners of this award are:
Year Elementary Middle High School 2019 Shana Philpot (Lone Jack) Wayne Gambrel (Right Fork) Brandon Salas 2018 Angie Carroll (Page) Rebecca Yeary (Bell Central) Tammy Debrot 2017 Amanda Elliott (Page) Misty Barnes (Yellow Creek) Joshua Garnett 2016 Pauline Dixon (Yellow Creek) Mike Mangus (Lone Jack/Yellow Creek) Angelia Hammons 2015 Melanie Mills (Lone Jack) Amanda Day (Bell Central) Karen Sue Saylor 2014 Joshua Trosper (Lone Jack) Belinda Brock (Bell Central) Patricia Sizemore