Dolores accepts Cooper’s resignation, moves forward with health clinic

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Dolores accepts Cooper’s resignation, moves forward with health clinic

Superintendent receives thanks from staff
Many teachers attended the Dolores School Board Meeting on Thursday evening wearing red shirts that read, “Respect.” They later gave the board a joint statement requesting Roberts Rules of Order be followed.
Dolores teacher Melody McNeill delivers a joint statement from teachers, who stand in solidarity behind her. The letter given to the board and signed by staff was titled, “Employees for meeting norms.”
Superintendent Scott Cooper addresses the crowd at Thursday evening’s school board meeting and thanked the school board.
Dolores Middle School’s Destination Imagination Team presents its project to the school board and gathered attendees. The team will travel to Knoxville, Tennessee, on May 23 to compete in a global competition of Destination Imagination teams.
The crowd at Thursday evening’s Dolores school board meeting cheers for the middle school’s Destination Imagination team, which has qualified for global competition.
Dolores Elementary School fifth-graders present their year-end project, a newspaper designed and written by the students.

Dolores accepts Cooper’s resignation, moves forward with health clinic

Many teachers attended the Dolores School Board Meeting on Thursday evening wearing red shirts that read, “Respect.” They later gave the board a joint statement requesting Roberts Rules of Order be followed.
Dolores teacher Melody McNeill delivers a joint statement from teachers, who stand in solidarity behind her. The letter given to the board and signed by staff was titled, “Employees for meeting norms.”
Superintendent Scott Cooper addresses the crowd at Thursday evening’s school board meeting and thanked the school board.
Dolores Middle School’s Destination Imagination Team presents its project to the school board and gathered attendees. The team will travel to Knoxville, Tennessee, on May 23 to compete in a global competition of Destination Imagination teams.
The crowd at Thursday evening’s Dolores school board meeting cheers for the middle school’s Destination Imagination team, which has qualified for global competition.
Dolores Elementary School fifth-graders present their year-end project, a newspaper designed and written by the students.
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