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Dale Westrick
Fri, 11/10/2017 - 4:00pm

A little input for a small school district. I visited the stock-bridge high school technology class about 5 years ago. I was able to make a return visit a couple of months ago. It is amazing to see what they have accomplished on a small budget with a dedicated teacher and community support. I believe the Governor made a visit there in the past year. Moral of the story it is not all about how much money you spend to archive success.