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Richmond County students sign letters of intent



A select group of students from Richmond County schools participated in a signing day on May 3.

These students differ from athletes, more commonly associated with a signing day event. This group of students committed to become teachers.

“Athletes get all the glory of outside of that, you know...

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  1. Teachers should be required to be physically fit and trim to get the job, so as to teach our children to be fit also. It could all be part of the college education courses they have to take to become teachers, beside mastering the art of teaching using psychology as well.

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