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MUHS teacher’s Fulbright trip could be called off

MIDDLEBURY UNION HIGH School French teacher Michelle Steele planned on winging her way to Morocco this fall as one of 20 Fulbright Distinguished Teacher awardees nationwide, but vague teachers’ contract language and a personnel shortage at MUHS could prevent her from accepting the trip. Independent photo/John Flowers

Contradictory language in the Addison Central School District teachers’ contract and a national shortage of educators could keep Michelle Steele from taking advantage of the opportunity of a lifetime.

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