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Adair Primary Center SBDM Council calls special meeting

The SBDM Council of Adair County Primary Center will meet in a special session on Monday, April 21, at 5pmCT, in the school conference room at the school at 158 Col. Wm. Casey Drive. The meeting is being conducted to complete the agenda of the regular monthly meeting that was held earlier in the month. The meeting is open to the public.

Members of the ACPC council include Patty Jones, principal; Pam Geisselhardt, teacher; Darlene Campbell, teacher; Sarah Burton, teacher; Kristi Taylor, teacher; Pam Cundiff, parent; Ashley Curry, parent; and Jennifer Nuntavong, parent. - Patty Jones

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