Alice Whitaker, niece of founder Alice Slone, stood in front of the Cordia School in 2005. Whitaker said Thursday that violations noted by the state in a recent inspection have been ‘addressed and corrected,’ and she is awaiting reinspection.
Alice Whitaker, niece of founder Alice Slone, stood in front of the Cordia School in 2005. Whitaker said Thursday that violations noted by the state in a recent inspection have been ‘addressed and corrected,’ and she is awaiting reinspection. CHARLES BERTRAM LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER
Alice Whitaker, niece of founder Alice Slone, stood in front of the Cordia School in 2005. Whitaker said Thursday that violations noted by the state in a recent inspection have been ‘addressed and corrected,’ and she is awaiting reinspection. CHARLES BERTRAM LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER

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