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School leaders give state of WCCS addresses

November 25, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — While schools are progressing toward more technology in the classroom, teachers still provide a personal touch, making a difference in the lives of their students.

That was one part of the message shared by Whitley County Consolidated Schools Superintendent Dr. Pat O’Connor at the Whitley Chamber of Commerce’s recent lunch-and-learn seminar, which focused on the state of the schools for the district.

O’Connor praised the 21st century innovations in the district, but when speaking of strengths within the school system, she applauded the teachers. It is still the instructors, the superintendent said, who make the difference in the lives of students.

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