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College and Career Readiness focus of art and action

2014-01-24 - 1204 Greensburg Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. New and changeable art, in this case classic photographs from the District's Media Publicity Coordinator, Shamarie Claiborne, serve as a backdrop for Adair County Board of Education. The center photo, one of the personal favorites, of the happiness Adair County students are showing for becoming College and Career Ready a major focus of the system and the community now. In session, the chairs were occupied by, from left, Mike Harris (Div 5), Quin Lasley (Div 2), Superintendent Alan W. Reed, Board Chair Floyd Burton (Div 4), (Absent - Joseph Payne, Div 4), and Vice Chair Greg Willis (Div 1). The center art represents action - goals being achieved. ACHS Principal Troy Young said that in 2013, for the full year, 74 students were College Ready and 14 were Career Ready. Already this year there are 77 students who are College Ready, and an astounding 88 have earned Career Ready Status. - EW
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