JMCSS teachers have first in-service day
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MADISON COUNTY, Tenn. — Teachers in the Jackson-Madison County School System returned to work Wednesday for their first in-service day of the school year. The event was held at the Carl Perkins Civic Center from 8 a.m. until noon. A motivational speaker was on hand to get the teachers ready for the new school year. “Great people treat students with respect and dignity every single day, 10 days out of 10,” Indiana State University professor Todd Whitaker said. “Other people, it depends on their mood, on the weather, what their class size is like, how they feel. But the great people are able to do it every single day, and other people don’t.” They will have a second in-service day Thursday at the school where they will teach.