Published On: Wed, Mar 15th, 2017

Holding a text book in your hand can make a difference

LAUREL — The importance of text books for students was addressed at the Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School board meeting on Monday evening.
A visitor at the LCC school board meeting spoke to administrative staff and school board members at the start of the board meeting held at the Middle School in Coleridge on March 13th.
Scott Rath told board members he was not there to voice a complaint.
“I think we have an excellent staff here at the school. I had previously met with some of the teachers and they were more than happy to address some of the questions we had,” Rath said. “I have only heard good things about Principal Tim Vanderheiden. He is out there talking to the kids and they appreciate having him do that.”

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