Congressman Diane Black Makes Donation To Springfield High School

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Congressman Diane Black Makes Donation To Springfield High School

SPRINGFIELD TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) –  Sixth Congressional District Congressman Diane Black visited Springfield High School on Thursday, August 20, to present the school with selected books from the United States Library of Congress.

Citing the government library’s program of providing books to members of Congress, Black said the distribution of these volumes is something she has taken a special interest in throughout her district.

On hand to receive the books were: SHS Librarian Heather Chandler, Assistant Librarian Ruth Trotter, SHS Principal Teresa Leavitt, and Director of Schools Mike Davis.

While at the school, Black also spoke to teacher Patrick Carneal’s U.S. government class, where she briefly described her congressional duties and answered student questions.

Source: (Robertson County Schools)


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  1. j

    Maybe representative black could donate more school buses! Second day in a row, third time this year that routes have been canceled due to lack of running buses! Kids have to wait at school until a bus gets it’s route ran then they come back to the school to get the other route. Snacks could at least be provided to those students who are left to wait. Smokey barn must investigate this ongoing issue!