Bartow, Cartersville superintendents discuss new year
by Monica Burge
01:31 PM, Tuesday, September 16
Students and teachers have found their stride in the first few weeks of the new school year, but both superintendents for the school systems in Bartow County understand that there are still adjustments to be made, given new policies, new faces and...

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