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Goal: Removing the barriers to education

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By Nathan L. McBroom

In his first official act as superintendent, James Neihof got to hand out diplomas to over 300 seniors at the graduation ceremony last Friday night.

Neihof, who took office on Monday, said seeing all of the Shelby County High School students receive a certificate for 12 years of successful education reminded him of why he wanted to be superintendent of Shelby County Public Schools.

"This is why we do what we do," he said. "To see those kids succeed in school and be prepared to excel in whatever they go on to next."


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