‘Welcome Back Luncheon’
The Tokens of Love program’s annual “Welcome Back Luncheon” for returning teachers, staff and guests at Carver Elementary School was held recently.
Marion B. Perry, sponsor of the Tokens of Love program, welcomed Carver’s new vice principal, Ann Hancock, and Sheila Jones, a new second-grade teacher, with “Token of Love Gifts.”
Susan Jo Pegram announced Cokesbury Methodist Church was recommitting its partnership with the school. She presented a $580 check to Jody Long, the schools media center specialist, so that she may purchase books for the school library.
Will Campbell, attorney, presented pen and pad gifts to each teacher and school supplies for each student. He also made a donation for three two-year magazine subscriptions for the media center.
Perry also presented a “Token of Love Gift,” along with farewell comments, to Nita Henderson, retiring vice principal.