Fayette County Superintendent Manny Caulk in June 2017.
Fayette County Superintendent Manny Caulk in June 2017. File photo
Fayette County Superintendent Manny Caulk in June 2017. File photo

Caulk reorganizes staff, makes new hires in Fayette County schools

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