Friday, August 17, 2018
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Sheila Says: Cookeville High Student Learns About Law During Summer Vacation

Cookeville High School student, Caleb Stout, 14, learned some new skills this summer.  He was a participant in the Tennessee Highway Patrol youth Academy held for a week this summer. He also got the chance to see what his dad does on a daily basis as a Cookeville Police officer,Caleb’s parents,  Darrin and Ginger joined us on this interview with Caleb.  The academy is held in Nashville and is in it’s fifth year. It’s a free program but applicants need a letter of recommendation and will also be asked to write an essay.  Caleb tells us more about his experience in the interview below.

         

First pic: Caleb Stout at our Lite Rock studio

Second Pic: (Caleb’s Family) Ian, Ginger, Lt. Darrin Stout and Caleb

Third Pic:  (THP) Major Matt Perry, Lt Col Mark Proctor, Cadet Caleb Stout,  Lt Col Tony Barham, Lt Col James Hutcherson & Major Michael Hamilton