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Albemarle School Board Explores Ways To Make System More User-Friendly

Albemarle School Board Explores Ways To Make System More User-Friendly

The Albemarle School Board wants to improve the ways school officials communicate with the general public. Vice-Chairman Ned Galloway (pictured right) has compared notes with Assistant Superintendent Matt Haas and other members of the school division’s senior staff. The county schools are wrapping up another academic year, and the board is exploring ways to make the division more user-friendly. Galloway, Chairman Steve Koleszar (pictured left) and the other board members held a Monday retreat at the Paramount Theater.