During a tour of Bryan Station High School on Wednesday, superintendent finalist Tom Shelton, second from right, and outgoing superintendent Stu Silberman stopped in the office to talk with Brandy Ashford, left, and Shaleta Washington.
During a tour of Bryan Station High School on Wednesday, superintendent finalist Tom Shelton, second from right, and outgoing superintendent Stu Silberman stopped in the office to talk with Brandy Ashford, left, and Shaleta Washington.
During a tour of Bryan Station High School on Wednesday, superintendent finalist Tom Shelton, second from right, and outgoing superintendent Stu Silberman stopped in the office to talk with Brandy Ashford, left, and Shaleta Washington.

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