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MY WORD: We must preserve our roots in agriculture at the high schools

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By The Staff

Next year, students will benefit from the opening of Martha Layne Collins High School. While many new opportunities will await students, the community is concerned about a lack of support for the Agriculture Program.

According to Shelby County High School Principal Eddie Oakley, “The community wants to see more emphasis put on animal science and a transition away from agriculture mechanics.”

But students in the agriculture program at Shelby County High School and parents are concerned that the school board may not be doing what is best for students.


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