20 Years Ago
Starting this fall, high school students who have dropped out or have fallen behind in their school work will have a second chance to graduate. The three Allen County school districts have developed the Crossroads Learning Center to serve as an alternative high school and issue diplomas to successful students. The center will operate in the St. Johns School in Iola. Mary Lacy is the director of the center.
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