Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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August 3, 2012

Districts tout new programs

GLASGOW — The new Glasgow High School is complete, the old building has been leveled and more dual credit opportunities will help send students into a new era — an era that begins Aug. 16.

Principal Keith Hale said he’s happy about the new opportunities that are available to Scottie students.

“I am really excited about the different types of things we’re offering,” Hale said. “The new schedule, new course offerings and the school … there are just a lot of things that are coming together at the right time … it just adds to the excitement and it helps to build and sustain that pride that we’ve always had.”

For the full story, see the weekender print or e-edition of the Glasgow Daily Times

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