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Gifted and talented education educator

Bonnie Norvell Cummins, American gifted and talented education educator. academy coach Mercer Elementary School, Harrodsburg, 1986-1992; co-founder Mercer Invitational Academy Tournament. Recipient Mercer County Parent Teacher award for outstanding contribution to academics, 1988, others.


Cummins, Bonnie Norvell was born on April 7, 1938 in Harrodsburg, Kentucky, United States. Daughter of James Herbert Norvell and Pauline (Brown) Boyles.


Bachelor, Centre College, 1965. Master of Education, Eastern Kentucky University, 1985. Certified rank I, Eastern Kentucky University, 1986.


Teacher, Danville (Kentucky) City Schools, 1966-1968;teacher, Duval County Schools, Jacksonville, Florida, 1968-1969;teacher, University Christian School, Jacksonville, 1969-1973;teacher, Mercer County Schools, Harrodsburg, since 1975. Academic coach Mercer Elementary School, Harrodsburg, 1986-1992.


  • Academic coach Mercer Elementary School, Harrodsburg, 1986-1992. Co-founder Mercer Invitational Academy Tournament.


Baptism is an act of full immersion following Christ’s example. It should be undertaken by spiritually matured individuals capable to understand its profound significance: resurrection to new life.


It is in God’s power to prompt the hearts and minds of political authorities to His purposes and furnish wisdom and guidance in their decisions.


Every individual should try to be open to others and willing to be changed. Therefore, community members should meet regularly in order to open their hearts. Share their knowledge, thoughts and experience.


Married Paul Harlan Cummins. Children: Carol Anne, Gregory Todd, John-Paul.

James Herbert Norvell Boyles

Pauline (Brown) Boyles

Paul Harlan Cummins

Carol Anne Cummins

Gregory Todd Cummins

John-Paul Cummins