Local adult education program, staff win state awards

During the awards luncheon, CCAE received two awards for outstanding performance, and Bea Bolton, CCAE Part-Time Teacher, was recognized as the TAN 3 Part-Time Teacher of the Year.
"After a year in which CCAE reached new heights in its number of graduates, it was rewarding to see the program and staff receive recognition at the state level for all of their hard work," said Chesterfield County Adult Education Director Marla Hamilton.

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image 1: Chesterfield County Adult Education being recognized as one of two Adult Education programs in the state for outstanding growth.  Receiving the award is Ms. Bea Bolton, CCAE Part-Time Teacher, from Mr. Mike King, SCAE Director.
 
image 2: Chesterfield County Adult Education’s own, Ms. Bea Bolton, receiving her award as the Technical Assistance Network (TAN) 3 Part-Time Teacher of the Year.  Also pictured is Mr. Mike King, SCAE Director.
 
image 3: Chesterfield County Adult Education being recognized for having the highest Post-Test percentage of all adult education programs in South Carolina.  Receiving the award is Ms. Valerie Pusser, CCAE Part-Time Teacher, from Mr. Mike King, SCAE Director.

 

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