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Petition started to ask school board members, superintendent to resign

By Stephen Lega

More than 40 people including parents, grandparents, former school board members and school board candidates met for about an hour Monday evening at Loretto City Hall to discuss their views of Marion County Public Schools.

The consensus among those who spoke was that change is needed at the top of the school system.

Dennis Hagan opened the meeting by saying they were all there because they care about the schools.

“There’s so many issue hindering children from learning and growing in our school system,” he said.


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