CLINTON—Anderson County Mayor Terry Frank recently displayed the reports and artwork of the second-grade classes of Amy Ogle and Jamie Linkes from Andersonville Elementary School.
After a recent visit by the mayor as part of the second grade’s focus on government, the students worked on a project where they talked about what they would do if they were mayor.
“I promised the students I would post their reports if their teachers brought them to me,” Frank said. “I’m excited Ms. Ogle brought their reports and artwork so we (could) share them with folks here in the Courthouse. I had a wonderful time sharing question and answer time with the students.
“The compassion and concern displayed by the second-graders is inspiring, and I have yet to see someone stop and read their papers who did not walk away with a huge smile!” Frank said in a press release.
“I also want to give thanks to my Mom for helping come down on the weekend to help display the beautiful artwork and papers,” Frank said.
The students’ “If I were Mayor” artwork was on display through April 11 on the wall outside the County Mayor’s Office in Room 208 at the Anderson County Courthouse.