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### Recognizing Outstanding Staff: Marshall County Schools Celebrates Top Performers

Marshall County Schools Awards Outstanding Personnel

photo by: Shelley Hanson

At a recent Marshall County Board of Education meeting, Nicole McCulley and Abby Edman were honored as the recipients of the Service Personnel of the Year and Teacher of the Year awards, respectively.

The ceremony, held at the Grave Creek Mound Archaeological Complex, celebrated the dedication and excellence of these outstanding individuals. Alongside McCulley and Edman, several other nominees were recognized for their contributions to Marshall County Schools.

Nicole McCulley, a media library aide at Center McMechen Elementary School and Glen Dale Elementary School, expressed her excitement and gratitude for the Service Personnel of the Year award. She highlighted her commitment to providing the best opportunities for the students she serves.

Abby Edman, a fourth-grade teacher at Central Elementary School, was equally honored to receive the Teacher of the Year award. With four years of teaching experience at Central Elementary and a total of 18 years in education, Edman emphasized her love for teaching fourth graders and engaging them in creative projects and innovative technology.

Among the nominees for Service Personnel of the Year were Erika Whipkey, Jason McGilton, Janet Hinerman, and others who have demonstrated exceptional dedication to their roles within the school district. Similarly, teacher of the year nominees such as Ashley Elliott, Christian Oliver, Kathy Wallace, and more were acknowledged for their contributions to the field of education.

The awards ceremony not only recognized individual excellence but also highlighted the collective commitment to providing quality education in Marshall County Schools.

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