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Superintendent’s Corner: May brings exciting times

May 1, 2012

By Cary Ammons, Antlers Public School Superintendent

May is here and with it comes exciting times for public schools across our great state. Not only does May mean the end of school is drawing close, but also that many Seniors will be graduating and taking the next step in their lives. What does this next step mean? For many students, they will be preparing for college and for others, they will enter the work force. I want to take a minute to congratulate all Seniors on a job well done and good luck on their future endeavors.

During the month of May, Teachers Appreciation Week will occur. This will be May 7 through May 11. I feel Antlers Public School has a wonderful teaching staff that wants only the best for each of their students. This is displayed by their caring attitude, tireless efforts and endless service to the students of this community. We have several employees with years and years of service, many with 20 plus years. I feel this is a testament of the great things happening and will continue to happen at Antlers. I encourage parents, community members, and other stakeholders, to thank their child’s teacher, or just simply tell them that you appreciate all they do for our students.

In closing, many activities are being finalized, such as assemblies, banquets and graduations, please visit our website or contact the offices to find out dates, times and locations. The summer is fast approaching, but I want to remind everyone that school is in session and we all mush finish this year strong.

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