Unveiling the new media center


Fairlawn Elementary Principal Karen McRill, far right, of Anna, talks with Fairlawn High School Principal John Stekli, second from right, of London, while a new interactive screen is unveiled before the start of a ceremony celebrating Fairlawn’s new media room. The media room is the school’s newly outfitted library. Five book cases were removed making room for nesting tables that are designed to be quickly stored away making an open space for other activities. The new additions will allow a Workforce development class to be held in the room. Helping set up the new screen is Fairlawn maintenance supervisor Dank Worth, far left, of Troy.

Fairlawn Elementary Principal Karen McRill, far right, of Anna, talks with Fairlawn High School Principal John Stekli, second from right, of London, while a new interactive screen is unveiled before the start of a ceremony celebrating Fairlawn’s new media room. The media room is the school’s newly outfitted library. Five book cases were removed making room for nesting tables that are designed to be quickly stored away making an open space for other activities. The new additions will allow a Workforce development class to be held in the room. Helping set up the new screen is Fairlawn maintenance supervisor Dank Worth, far left, of Troy.


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Fairlawn Schools celebrated their new Workforce Hangar classroom during their open house night on Aug. 16, 2018. The renovated library offers a focused classroom space for workforce education and activities for the students and community. The project team was led by Karen McRill, Elementary Principal. The Workforce Partnership of Shelby County, Upper Valley Career Center, and Shelby County 4H provided funding and resources towards the project, all with the mission of preparing students for employment and educating them of the many companies and careers in Shelby County. On hand for the ribbon cutting were, left to right, Deb McDermott, Workforce Partnership executive director; Mick Given, Workforce Partnership Board of Directors Chair and CEO Ferguson Construction; Dr. Nancy Luce, Upper Valley Career Center superintendent; John Stekli, Fairlawn Schools High School principal; Jeff Hobbs, Fairlawn High School superintendent; Cassie Dietrich, Shelby County 4H Extension educator; Karen McRill, Fairlawn Schools Elementary principal; and Brian Moloney, Area Energy & Electric general manager.


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Fairlawn Elementary Principal Karen McRill, far right, of Anna, talks with Fairlawn High School Principal John Stekli, second from right, of London, while a new interactive screen is unveiled before the start of a ceremony celebrating Fairlawn’s new media room. The media room is the school’s newly outfitted library. Five book cases were removed making room for nesting tables that are designed to be quickly stored away making an open space for other activities. The new additions will allow a Workforce development class to be held in the room. Helping set up the new screen is Fairlawn maintenance supervisor Dank Worth, far left, of Troy.

Fairlawn Schools celebrated their new Workforce Hangar classroom during their open house night on Aug. 16, 2018. The renovated library offers a focused classroom space for workforce education and activities for the students and community. The project team was led by Karen McRill, Elementary Principal. The Workforce Partnership of Shelby County, Upper Valley Career Center, and Shelby County 4H provided funding and resources towards the project, all with the mission of preparing students for employment and educating them of the many companies and careers in Shelby County. On hand for the ribbon cutting were, left to right, Deb McDermott, Workforce Partnership executive director; Mick Given, Workforce Partnership Board of Directors Chair and CEO Ferguson Construction; Dr. Nancy Luce, Upper Valley Career Center superintendent; John Stekli, Fairlawn Schools High School principal; Jeff Hobbs, Fairlawn High School superintendent; Cassie Dietrich, Shelby County 4H Extension educator; Karen McRill, Fairlawn Schools Elementary principal; and Brian Moloney, Area Energy & Electric general manager.

Fairlawn Elementary Principal Karen McRill, far right, of Anna, talks with Fairlawn High School Principal John Stekli, second from right, of London, while a new interactive screen is unveiled before the start of a ceremony celebrating Fairlawn’s new media room. The media room is the school’s newly outfitted library. Five book cases were removed making room for nesting tables that are designed to be quickly stored away making an open space for other activities. The new additions will allow a Workforce development class to be held in the room. Helping set up the new screen is Fairlawn maintenance supervisor Dank Worth, far left, of Troy.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/08/web1_SDN081818FairlawnMedia.jpgFairlawn Elementary Principal Karen McRill, far right, of Anna, talks with Fairlawn High School Principal John Stekli, second from right, of London, while a new interactive screen is unveiled before the start of a ceremony celebrating Fairlawn’s new media room. The media room is the school’s newly outfitted library. Five book cases were removed making room for nesting tables that are designed to be quickly stored away making an open space for other activities. The new additions will allow a Workforce development class to be held in the room. Helping set up the new screen is Fairlawn maintenance supervisor Dank Worth, far left, of Troy. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News Courtesy photo

Fairlawn Schools celebrated their new Workforce Hangar classroom during their open house night on Aug. 16, 2018. The renovated library offers a focused classroom space for workforce education and activities for the students and community. The project team was led by Karen McRill, Elementary Principal. The Workforce Partnership of Shelby County, Upper Valley Career Center, and Shelby County 4H provided funding and resources towards the project, all with the mission of preparing students for employment and educating them of the many companies and careers in Shelby County. On hand for the ribbon cutting were, left to right, Deb McDermott, Workforce Partnership executive director; Mick Given, Workforce Partnership Board of Directors Chair and CEO Ferguson Construction; Dr. Nancy Luce, Upper Valley Career Center superintendent; John Stekli, Fairlawn Schools High School principal; Jeff Hobbs, Fairlawn High School superintendent; Cassie Dietrich, Shelby County 4H Extension educator; Karen McRill, Fairlawn Schools Elementary principal; and Brian Moloney, Area Energy & Electric general manager.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/08/web1_Group-Ribbon-Cutting-Crop-3-1-.jpgFairlawn Schools celebrated their new Workforce Hangar classroom during their open house night on Aug. 16, 2018. The renovated library offers a focused classroom space for workforce education and activities for the students and community. The project team was led by Karen McRill, Elementary Principal. The Workforce Partnership of Shelby County, Upper Valley Career Center, and Shelby County 4H provided funding and resources towards the project, all with the mission of preparing students for employment and educating them of the many companies and careers in Shelby County. On hand for the ribbon cutting were, left to right, Deb McDermott, Workforce Partnership executive director; Mick Given, Workforce Partnership Board of Directors Chair and CEO Ferguson Construction; Dr. Nancy Luce, Upper Valley Career Center superintendent; John Stekli, Fairlawn Schools High School principal; Jeff Hobbs, Fairlawn High School superintendent; Cassie Dietrich, Shelby County 4H Extension educator; Karen McRill, Fairlawn Schools Elementary principal; and Brian Moloney, Area Energy & Electric general manager. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News Courtesy photo