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Chris Oliver: Appreciation for Adair County teachers
By Chris Oliver
While I am NOT upset in any way that some of our educators in districts across the state are choosing to exercise their right not to work today, I would also like to thank all of those who are there today (and every other day) educating our young people.
While our children/students may not fully understand the debate over these issues, showing up and working on a day when you may may not feel like doing so is a great example for them. That lesson alone may be one of most valuable taught. Thank you! --Chris Oliver
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