BEAUFORT COUNTY SCHOOLS | CONTRIBUTED VISITOR: On June 2, NC Senator Bill Cook dropped by Amy Craft’s class at John Small Elementary School. Cook discussed the importance of the Special Olympics with Craft’s students and the Project Unify fifth grade participants. He presented a certificate from the Senate recognizing the 175 participants in the Beaufort- Hyde Special Olympics on May 7. Cook took time to take pictures and talk to each Special Olympic athlete. After, he toured the school with Principal Betty Jane Green visiting with several John Small classrooms.
BEAUFORT COUNTY SCHOOLS | CONTRIBUTED
VISITOR: On June 2, NC Senator Bill Cook dropped by Amy Craft’s class at John Small Elementary School. Cook discussed the importance of the Special Olympics with Craft’s students and the Project Unify fifth grade participants. He presented a certificate from the Senate recognizing the 175 participants in the Beaufort- Hyde Special Olympics on May 7. Cook took time to take pictures and talk to each Special Olympic athlete. After, he toured the school with Principal Betty Jane Green visiting with several John Small classrooms.

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Published 6:15pm Tuesday, June 24, 2014

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