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    Quote Originally Posted by jgrimsley View Post
    My first year teaching, I had a 7th grader that could play bagpipes. (I taught at a 7-13 school in the N. Ga mountains). The day of graduation, he and a professional bagpiper walked around campus before the ceremony started playing. It was beautiful.
    A 7-13 school? What's that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrojanEmpire View Post
    A 7-13 school? What's that?
    Sorry about that...I obviously need to proof before I post. It is edited now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgrimsley View Post
    Sorry about that...I obviously need to proof before I post. It is edited now.
    Thought it might be some special kind of school,
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    Well, it was in the mountains, not far from where Deliverance was filmed.
    Joking aside, it was a great school-a private boarding school that sat on top of a hill, and my room had a huge floor to ceiling picture window. The kids were pretty cool-I had students from all over the world in my classes. Neat place to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgrimsley View Post
    Well, it was in the mountains, not far from where Deliverance was filmed.
    Joking aside, it was a great school-a private boarding school that sat on top of a hill, and my room had a huge floor to ceiling picture window. The kids were pretty cool-I had students from all over the world in my classes. Neat place to work.
    That sounds like it was a great experience
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