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Digging for a new tommorrow

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Groundbreaking ceremonies took place at Staunton Elementary Wednesday, signaling the beginning of the elementary building renovation. Participants in the activities included (from left), Parent Club Members Meredith Harrison, Holly Rindone, Darada Allen, Principal Sheryl Jordan, Student Council Members Skylar Thompson, Emily Johnson, Brittany Nesting, Sydney Edwards, Aimee Treash and Drew Lumsdon. Kimberly Gleason Photo.


Digging the first shovels full of dirt, members of the Clay Community School Board of Trustees, Administrators and students of East Side Elementary started down the road to a better education Wednesday. Participants in the ceremony included (from left) Building and Grounds Director Tom Reberger, Zane Schauber, Jace Harper, Kyler Phillips, Austin Weber, Jeff Selby, Lindsey Jones, Jonathan Bradford, Matthew Butts, CCSC Supt. Dan Schroeder, Board President Ted Jackson, Board Member Terry Barr, Board Member Brian Atkinson, Board Member Forrest Buell, Business Manager Mike Fowler, Cassie Hood, Courtney Jarrett, Matthew Randall, Sydni Britton and Madison Russell. Kimberly Gleason Photo.


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Hooray for updated schools!

-- Posted by Sunspotbaby on Fri, Oct 2, 2009, at 5:13 PM


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