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Principals discuss goals for their schools, students

By Stephen Lega

A pair of principals came to the Nov. 26 Marion County Board of Education meeting to talk about their goals for their schools and for their students.
Marion County High School Principal Mike Abell said every student should be college or career ready by the time they graduate during the meeting last week at Raywick City Hall.
“We want students to be able to build their dreams. If they can't go to college and start their own business, then we want them to be able to get a job in the factories,” Abell told the school board.

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