Pam Dudding
Contributing writer

In today’s society, often due to parental work situations, parents agree that teachers sometimes spend more time with their students than their own parents.


Craig County’s School Board Superintendent, Jeanette Warwick, disclosing the process of getting the school bus ready for the Christmas Parade among other things.

History has a way of repeating itself. Many students have at least one teacher that has impacted the major life decisions they make.

The December school board meeting was held on Tuesday, December 4, and the following were present: Superintendent Jeanette Warwick, Chairman and Representative for Craig City District Pay Myers, Co-Chair and Representative for Craigs Creek Susan Crenshaw, Simmonsville District Gina Smith, New Castle George Foster and Potts Mountain District Aaron Calfee.

Teachers have a very important job, which is to teach their students a certain curriculum. Sometimes there isn’t enough money in the County or school budget to pay them what the Board deems they are worth.

“I wish there were a way to get more money for our teachers, as they are not only important to our kids, but to us as…



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