Elected County Officials visit schools for Education Week
More than half of the Robertson County Commissioners, in addition to County Mayor Howard Bradley, helped honor National Education Week by becoming a, “Teacher for a Day,” in Robertson County Schools on Thursday, Nov. 20.
These elected officials fanned out to various schools as they committed at least one hour of their time to visit and participate in the education process. Some commissioners read to classrooms or participated in teacher and student services, while others spoke on topics that included subjects from government to agriculture and finance. In all, the day provided opportunities for commissioners to develop personal relationships with students and school personnel.
Several commissioners commented on information gained from their visits and said they became more informed about scholastic activities and achievements through the day’s opportunity.