To be honest, it's been a rough couple of weeks. Nationally, we have witnessed severe weather and a presidential election turned sour. On the home front, our student body has rallied together to comfort a teacher experiencing the
unthinkable, the loss of a child. We've watched sixth graders mourn the loss of a sweet friend. Additionally, we have watched a dear friend come back to school after battling cancer, while at the same time we were forced to say goodbye to one of our very own. Without a doubt, Fall '12 will be remembered as a significant time in the lives of our CCMS family.
With this in mind, I ask you to take a minute and reflect this holiday season. Use this space to comment about what you're most thankful for this Thanksgiving.
Never, never take life for granted.
Love you all!
Kimberly Barrett, NBCT, Bachelor of Arts of English, Murray State University, 1996, Master's Degree in English, MSU, 2004
Blessed to teach since 1996, I spend my days doing exactly what I've always wanted to do . . . TEACH. I'm married to the sweetest man alive, Tim, and we have two beautiful babies, Marlee Rose and Beau Wilson.