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Retiring Mansfield City Schools Teachers Honored For Service

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 5/23/2013

Thirty-four teachers with the Mansfield City Schools District were honored upon their retirement Wednesday at a special gathering in the library at Mansfield Senior High School. Supt. Dan Freund praised the teachers for their dedication and hardwork."The experience they're taking with them is going to be hard to replace. Each of these great staff members have impacted lives in teriffic ways. They've really left a mark on a generation of kid that will be felt for decades," Freund said. Freund said the 34 educators have a combined 900 years of experience working with Mansfield City School students.

   
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