Sat Jan 29, 2022

School leaders to parents: ‘We need you’ – Leaders address cursive writing, e-cigs, masks and more

Columbus County Schools administrators provided an update Nov. 18 on West Columbus Elementary School under construction in Cerro Gordo, shown here in a rendering.

Parents asked dozens of questions to Columbus County Schools leaders about cursive writing instruction, e-cigarettes, face masks, staffing issues and more Nov. 18 during the first of two scheduled town hall meetings. 

“Our goal is transparency,” Superintendent Deanne Meadows told about 25 people at Williams Township School. “We need you a

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