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Posted: Monday, 16 September 2013 8:00AM

School Districts Partnering To Better Serve Military Students



School officials from the Christian County and Clarksville Montgomery County Schools will announce a new partnership to help students of military families.
The announcement will take place this afternoon at 2:00 at the Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools Central Office in Clarksville. Christian County Schools Superintendent Mary Ann Gemmill and Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools Director B. J. Worthington will discuss how the school districts will work together. The school districts will strive to build a stronger connection with military students and families. Officials will also discuss plans the two districts have for positively impacting all students and families served by the districts.
The News Edge will be on hand for today's announcement and will have full details.

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