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Concerns brought before School Board

A local citizen expressed her concerns about the condition of Pulaski County’s middle schools during the Pulaski County School Board’s most recent meeting.
Frances Viars addressed the school board during their Thursday afternoon meeting about both Pulaski and Dublin Middle School.
She said she has worked as a substitute teacher at both schools for several years, and that she likes working with that age group, which she described as "misunderstood," because that’s "where my heart is."
Viars said that with the current state of the economy, she knows that Pulaski County will not be seeing a new middle school in the near future. However, she believes that both of the county’s middle schools have serious issues in regards to their physical condition, and that they need some attention, at least until a new middle school can be built.
She used the windows at PMS as an example, and said that some of them will not even open anymore.
Viars’ suggestion is to find a way to raise money to help fund repairs at both middle schools.
She noted that she has created several petitions in regards to these concerns, and that there are several petitions currently circulating throughout the community. She also said she has spoken with Dr. Don Stowers, superintendent of schools, and plans to work with him, as well as the board, in the future to find a solution.

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Concerns brought before School Board

A local citizen expressed her concerns about the condition of Pulaski County’s middle schools during the Pulaski County School Board’s most recent meeting.
Frances Viars addressed the school board during their Thursday afternoon meeting about both Pulaski and Dublin Middle School.
She said she has worked as a substitute teacher at both schools for several years, and that she likes working with that age group, which she described as "misunderstood," because that’s "where my heart is."
Viars said that with the current state of the economy, she knows that Pulaski County will not be seeing a new middle school in the near future. However, she believes that both of the county’s middle schools have serious issues in regards to their physical condition, and that they need some attention, at least until a new middle school can be built.
She used the windows at PMS as an example, and said that some of them will not even open anymore.
Viars’ suggestion is to find a way to raise money to help fund repairs at both middle schools.
She noted that she has created several petitions in regards to these concerns, and that there are several petitions currently circulating throughout the community. She also said she has spoken with Dr. Don Stowers, superintendent of schools, and plans to work with him, as well as the board, in the future to find a solution.

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