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Mansfield School Board Honors Lowell Smith

Story By: Lauren Artino

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 12/18/2013

Mentor, colleague and friend are just a few of the words spoken Tuesday night at the Board of Education meeting for the Mansfield City Schools.

This meeting was the last of Lowell Smith's four-year term. He announced in June that he would not seek a second term.

The board adopted a resolution recognizing Smith's many contributions to the community and school district. Everyone had something wonderful to say about him.

"Lowell has been the personification of a "Tiger", he has helped this district "roar" again. He has helped upcoming educators learn how to be educators.." Says Monica Hubbard, an oncoming board member.

Mr. Smith will be retiring, but many requested he take their calls if they ever need his assistance. He was happy to oblige.

A reception followed Lowell's last meeting. The board's annual organizational meeting will be at 7pm on Tuesday, January 7.

   
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