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A Peek Preview of the new Adair County Schools Report Cards

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News from the Adair County School District
Shamarie Claiborne, Media Publicity Coordinator

Adair County School Superintendent Alan W. Reed, Adair Schools Technology Coordinator Carla Perkins, and Adair County Instructional Supervisor Phyllis Curry have sent these links to PDFs at the Adair County School website which show examples of the Districts New Report Cards: Superintendent Alan W. Reed encouraged parents to study the cards to be better able to anticipate reading them before their children bring them home. "And," he said, "I hope this will be a chance for many more parents to become familiar with the District's website. We are doing our best to be transparent, not only by giving full access to information through the local media, but also through our own online presence."

This story was posted on 2013-11-15 11:46:35
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