Superintendent Larry Warren chatted with students in November in the cafeteria shared by preschool through 12th grade at the Barbourville Independent Schools campus. Many students in the district come from unstable home situations. Warren says the loss of outside funds has meant deep cuts to services, including after-school tutoring.
Superintendent Larry Warren chatted with students in November in the cafeteria shared by preschool through 12th grade at the Barbourville Independent Schools campus. Many students in the district come from unstable home situations. Warren says the loss of outside funds has meant deep cuts to services, including after-school tutoring.
Superintendent Larry Warren chatted with students in November in the cafeteria shared by preschool through 12th grade at the Barbourville Independent Schools campus. Many students in the district come from unstable home situations. Warren says the loss of outside funds has meant deep cuts to services, including after-school tutoring.

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