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Back to the Classroom: Superintendent, district leaders serve as substitutes for a day

More than a dozen district administrators headed back to the classroom for a day, to serve as substitute teachers. Leaders spent the day in schools across the district covering classes and providing lessons, filling substitute vacancies, in a show of support for the hardworking teachers and staff. 
 
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Superintendent Dr. Steven Flynt and Director of Student Learning grades 6 - 8, Marlo Leatherwood, served as substitute teachers for the day at Evans Middle School. 
 
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Superintendent Dr. Steven Flynt utilized his teaching experience in Life Sciences to serve as a substitute teacher for an 8th grade Science Class at Evans Middle School for the day. 
 
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Superintendent Dr. Steven Flynt leads a lesson on the periodic table while serving as a substitute teacher for an 8th-grade class at Evans Middle School. 
 
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Director of Career, Technical, and Agriculture Education (CTAE), Brooks Smith, pictured left, spent the day serving as a substitute teacher for a Public Safety class at Harlem High School. 
 
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LeAnne Gregg, Director of Student Learning, Grades Prek - 5, served as a substitute teacher for a first-grade class at South Columbia Elementary School. 
 
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Associate Superintendent Penny Jackson served as a substitute teacher for a Language Arts class at Harlem High School.