SCPS to grow Ag Program

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Committee formed from agricultural community will help shape, evolve pathways for students

By Kelly Neumeyer

Shelby County Public School students have enjoyed many educational updates over the years, from advanced robotic programs to personalized learning opportunities and an expanded Area Technology Center.

But the educational update scheduled to begin next year also is likely to make a lot of Shelby County farmers very happy as they watch a long-time school program grow.

The SCPS agriculture program will get a complete facelift, and according to Shelby County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. James Neihof, the timing is right.

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