Lexington Police Department Hosts Poster Pizza Party at Caywood School

 

 Officer Tracye Taylor stands with the Caywood 5th Graders who submitted posters in the TBI contest: Front: Victoria Cope, Gaby Munoz, Priyanohi Patel, Katelyn Funderberk, Kaitlyn Parker, and Khanya Moffitt. Back row: Officer Taylor, Adomnis Smith, Hayden McDaniel, Jaci Lin, and Aubrey Smith. Not pictured is Rylee Hosick. Photo by W. Clay Crook/The Lexington Progress.

Officer Tracye Taylor stands with the Caywood 5th Graders who submitted posters in the TBI contest: Front: Victoria Cope, Gaby Munoz, Priyanohi Patel, Katelyn Funderberk, Kaitlyn Parker, and Khanya Moffitt. Back row: Officer Taylor, Adomnis Smith, Hayden McDaniel, Jaci Lin, and Aubrey Smith. Not pictured is Rylee Hosick.
Photo by W. Clay Crook/The Lexington Progress.

 

In October, 2016, The Lexington Progress ran a story from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) about a poster contest they were sponsoring for fifth graders across the state.   The theme of the poster contest was “Bring Our Missing Children Home.”  This was an activity that gave the opportunity to discuss missing and exploited children with students across Tennessee.  It was also an opportunity to engage students in discussions concerning child safety and the prevention of child abduction.  All the fifth graders participated, but there were a few that put some extra work and effort on their posters and wanted them submitted.  All the posters that were turned in to me were submitted last Thursday, and were…

For the complete article, see the January 18th edition of The Lexington Progress.

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