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Tecumseh Reviews Cuts, Cares Act and COVID-19

 

January 14, 2021

Last school year First United Bank partnered with Tecumseh Middle School to provide four water bottle filling stations. The partnership was so successful that they committed to partnering with Tecumseh High School to provide their site with four water bottle filling stations this year.  Due to many schools wanting to provide safe access to water during the pandemic, there was a shortage in available filling stations to be purchased and that delayed the implementation of this project by a few months. After a much anticipated wait the students at THS now have access to a safe way to drink water at school while reducing plastic bottle waste. Community Bank President Jill Spencer spearheaded the project. Pictured is THS junior Rylee McMillan. Photo provided

State funding cuts for Tecumseh Public Schools were larger than expected this month, but the district's portion of Cares Act II funds will help cushion the impact, Superintendent Tom Wilsie told members of the Tecumseh Board of Education Monday evening during a regular meeting.

Wilsie said he had...



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