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Crestline Students Protest Possible Teacher Firing

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 10/11/2013

A protest was staged Friday afternoon in Crestline, over the possible firing of a popular high school teacher. Students and residents gathered at the corner of Pearl and Main Streets to show support for Norm Huber. He asked for two weeks of unpaid leave to take a high school reunion trip to Boston. The protestors say Huber was initially approved for the leave, then later denied, but he had already paid for the trip and went anyway. Crestline Schools Superintendent Noreen Mullens plans to meet with Huber Monday October twenty-first to discuss possible disciplinary action for taking the leave without permission.

   
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