Posted: Sunday, January 16, 2011 11:00 pm
Don Hague wanted to be perfectly clear in his remarks to the
people in attendance at the Gering School Board Meeting.
“Gering Public Schools was one of only two mentioned by the
governor in the State of the State address as closing the education
gap even through high poverty,” Hague, superintended of GPS said,
in his Superintendent’s report.
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