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Lauren McQuaide, ACHS school board member contributes

2015-10-23 - Adair School Board Conference Room, 1204 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Lauren McQuaide, student member of the Adair County School Board, spoke while holding the text score handout provided by Adair County Schools Academic Dean Phyllis Curry. McQaide was elected to the seat by her peers. Photo taken Thu 22 Oct 2015, at a Special Regular board meeting (Special because the regular meeting is the 3rd Thursday of each month.) McQuaide spoke just a few minutes, but when she did, she provided important insight. She told the board how disappointed many of her friends in the arts were when an Arts & Humanities Career Pathway was peremptorily yanked by the new state commissioner of education just as Adair County High School was ready to implement the program. It was a disappointment stressed by Dean Curry, particularly since, for the past four decades, many Adair Band Alumna have excelled in careers in the arts. - Ed Waggener

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