Community honors teachers today
Published 12:00 am Tuesday, May 9, 2000
Every day hundreds of teachers walk into classrooms across the Miss-Lou to teach the community’s children.
&uot;The teachers really have the most impact on the education system,&uot; said Anne Stowers, of the Natchez-Adams County Chamber of Commerce.
Natchez-Adams County will honor its teachers today with a reception lasting from 4 to 6 p.m. Copiah-Lincoln Community College Vo-Tech Building. Stowers think teachers need to be thanked for their hard work that is so important to economic development and Natchez’s future.
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&uot;(Teachers) are in the trenches everyday,&uot;&160; she said. &uot;They really don’t get the appreciation they deserve.&uot;
The reception is sponsored by Copiah-Lincoln, The Natchez Democrat and the Natchez-Adams County Chamber of Commerce. All teachers in the community are invited.
Maryann Langnes, co-chairman of the chamber’s education committee, is helping to coordinate the reception.
The reception is to &uot;let the teachers know we appreciate them and (that) they are doing a good job because they don’t seem to get much recognition,&uot; she said.
&uot;We need to commit a lot of time to teachers and (students’) education.&uot;