Best of 2013

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By Amy Wallot

My photo archive for 2013 has just over 1,000 pictures in it. That’s just the selects, the best few from every shoot. Unedited, there are thousands more from schools all across the state. I often say I have the best job at the Kentucky Department of Education and reviewing my work from the past year reaffirms it. It is a privilege to witness all of the hard work being done by teachers and students on a daily basis and to share it with the rest of you.

So here are my favorite education pictures from 2013.   Some of them I just love the picture, others I loved the content.  All of them I loved the experience. Have a great 2014!

First-grade teacher Amanda New reviews high frequency words with Miguel Rodriguez at Gallatin County Lower Elementary School. Photo by Amy Wallot, March 11, 2013
First-grade teacher Amanda New reviews high frequency words with Miguel Rodriguez at Gallatin County Lower Elementary School.
Photo by Amy Wallot, March 11, 2013
Junior Cody Ramburger prepares for a uniform inspection at McLean County High School. Ramburger, a JROTC cadet, has enlisted in the army. Photo by Amy Wallot, March 12, 2013
Junior Cody Ramburger prepares for a uniform inspection at McLean County High School. Ramburger, a JROTC cadet, has enlisted in the army.
Photo by Amy Wallot, March 12, 2013
Primary students Inari Guy, Amir Ferguson, Erika Marshall and Ean Leonard have lunch on the Bus Stop Cafe in Jefferson County. Photo by Amy Wallot, June 5, 2013
Primary students Inari Guy, Amir Ferguson, Erika Marshall and Ean Leonard have lunch on the Bus Stop Cafe in Jefferson County.
Photo by Amy Wallot, June 5, 2013
Montgomery County High School sophomore Emilee Hood reacts to teacher Jeff Arnett demonstrating a castration on a bull calf at the Chenault Agriculture Center. She volunteered and performed a castration shortly after. Photo by Amy Wallot, April 11 , 2013
Montgomery County High School sophomore Emilee Hood reacts to teacher Jeff Arnett demonstrating a castration on a bull calf at the Chenault Agriculture Center. She volunteered and performed a castration shortly after.
Photo by Amy Wallot, April 11 , 2013
Taylor County High School graduate Jason Reynolds made a birdhouse with a cardinal, the school mascot, that spun around it for his mortar board. Reynolds plans to study engineering at the University of Kentucky. Photo by Amy Wallot, May 22, 2013
Taylor County High School graduate Jason Reynolds made a birdhouse with a cardinal, the school mascot, that spun around it for his mortar board. Reynolds plans to study engineering at the University of Kentucky.
Photo by Amy Wallot, May 22, 2013
Emma Hague, center, eagerly raises her hand to be dressed in a career career costume while learning about goods and services in Christina Cornelius' 5th-grade class at James E. Farmer Elementary School (Jefferson County). Photo by Amy Wallot, Aug. 27, 2013
Emma Hague, center, eagerly raises her hand to be dressed in a career career costume while learning about goods and services in Christina Cornelius’ 5th-grade class at James E. Farmer Elementary School (Jefferson County).
Photo by Amy Wallot, Aug. 27, 2013
Kendra Reynolds, Shayla Cordray and Katie Allen laugh as they play a life-sized version of Angry Birds at Southern Elementary School (Fayette County). Photo by Amy Wallot, Dec. 6, 2013
Kendra Reynolds, Shayla Cordray and Katie Allen laugh as they play a life-sized version of Angry Birds at Southern Elementary School (Fayette County).
Photo by Amy Wallot, Dec. 6, 2013

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