WISH GRANTED: Trish Smoot, a gifted and talent reading and math teacher at Hilton Head Island Elementary School, received glue sticks, highlighters, multicolored construction paper, dry erase markers and wide, two-sided tape from Walmart. Pictured are gifted and talented teachers Karen Perdue, Trish Smoot and Cynda Hurley.
WISH GRANTED: Trish Smoot, a gifted and talent reading and math teacher at Hilton Head Island Elementary School, received glue sticks, highlighters, multicolored construction paper, dry erase markers and wide, two-sided tape from Walmart. Pictured are gifted and talented teachers Karen Perdue, Trish Smoot and Cynda Hurley.
WISH GRANTED: Trish Smoot, a gifted and talent reading and math teacher at Hilton Head Island Elementary School, received glue sticks, highlighters, multicolored construction paper, dry erase markers and wide, two-sided tape from Walmart. Pictured are gifted and talented teachers Karen Perdue, Trish Smoot and Cynda Hurley.

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