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Principal Troy Young speaks to SBDM Council

2012-08-21 - ACHS, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Adair County High School School Principal Troy Young
addressed the huge Site Based Decision Making Council meeting at the Adair County High School Gymnasium. Others around the table are, from left SBDM members Mike Godsey, Marsha Riddick, Kevin Robertson, (Young), Melinda Franklin, and Sandy Pyles. Adair County High Counselor Ann Young is seen at right, back. Some 600 were in attendance at the meeting, which lasted approximately 3 hours, and ended when Mr. Young announced that a Spanish teacher, not a third Agriculture Teacher, would be hired. The announcement is now being reviewed by Superintendent Alan W. Reed. to see if all procedural policies, including site specific ones, were followed. The review came at the request of members Melinda Franklin and Sandy Pyles. No word has been received as to when Superintendent Reed will make his decision.

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