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Friday, May 17, 2019

Crossing Guard Appreciation Day is May 22 in Fort Thomas

The City of Fort Thomas and Fort Thomas Independent Schools are honoring crossing guards throughout the city on May 22 by declaring the day "Crossing Guard Appreciation Day."

"We would like to show our appreciation to all of the men and women who serve as our crossing guards o the last Wednesday of the school year, May 22nd," said Casey Kilgore, Fort Thomas Chief of Police.  "Our crossing guards do incredible work every day by keeping our children safe at key locations throughout the city.  These individuals care deeply for our community, and often come in to work during bad weather to keep our intersections safe."

“Priority number one is keeping our students safe,” said Jamee Flaherty, Assistant Superintendent for Student Services at Fort Thomas Independent Schools. “Our crossing guards take their jobs seriously and their charge is an important one within our communities and our schools. We are so appreciative of all of them and we’re very happy we can recognize them on May 22.”

Please join us in thanking our crossing guards on Wednesday, May 22nd.

Judy Kiskaden - North Fort Thomas and Highland Ave, (a.m. and p.m.) and Ruth Moyer (lunch)
George Geisen - Inverness Intersection (morning only)
Dennis Kramer - St. Catherine (morning)
Kim Krentz - Woodfill (morning)
Tim Markey - St. Thomas
Josh Singleton - Woodfill (afternoon)
Jon Smith - St. Catherine (afternoon)
Jay Webster - Johnson

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