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Steele will bring Morocco to MUHS

THANKS TO THE award of an exclusive Fulbright Distinguished Teacher, Middlebury Union High School French teacher Michelle Steele will spend four months in Morocco next year focusing on an educational research project that could have long-term benefits for her students here in the Addison Central School District. Independent photo/John Flowers

Michelle Steele knows languages can open doors. Her acquisition of French as a young student led to her appreciation of other countries and cultures, not to mention her current job as a language educator at Middlebury Union High School.

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