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Shelby County School Board: Board hears parents’ concerns over fall break

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Superintendent: Schools will do their best to work with students, but must follow laws

By Glen Jennings

 The Shelby County Board of Education heard concerns from a parent about the potential impact of scheduling for the upcoming school year.

Steven Roadcap, a parent of a student at Collins High School, said that he hoped the board would find a way to accommodate parents who had already scheduled a vacation for the coming year before the school year begins.

Roadcap said he and his family frequently spend most of the summer showing dairy cattle, and that he was excited to see that there was a fall break on one of the possible schedules.


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