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Academic Dean Phyllis got it right

Personal gratitude to Dean Phyllis Curry and Superintendent Alan Reed.
- Response to: Academic Dean Curry: On AC District's new academic status
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By Ralph Waggener

Phyllis Curry got it right.

No magic bullet, no expensive expert, no program can get anything done. When you get your mind set to get something done, and have the work ethic to do it, it gets done!

Wish this was catching like the flu, then we would see more done around here in Adair County!

Just do it, that how things really work! I would like to personally thank Phyllis Curry and Alan Reed for having the drive to whip our school into the best in Kentucky, for having the vision to see what we need to do and then do it, makes me proud.

From Ralph Roy Waggener who very much approves of what you are doing, having worked with Phyllis Curry I know what she can do! - Ralph Waggener

This story was posted on 2016-09-29 15:03:13
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