Published On: Wed, Mar 15th, 2017

Two teachers are leaving LCC Schools

LAUREL — Two staff resignations, an update on track, golf and softball, and technology was addressed during the LCC School Board meeting on Monday evening, March 13.
Board members accepted the resignation of two high school teachers.
Ag instructor and FFA sponsor Dr. Irene Graves submitted a letter of resignation. She has been at the school for two years.
Anna Gansebom has also submitted a letter of resignation. She is finishing her first year as the high school Science teacher.
Middle School Principal Tim Vanderheiden provided an update on the sports of track, and golf and talked about a potential softball co-op with the Ponca School.
Thirty-five high school students are out for track: 17 boys and 18 girls.

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