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Wadsworth Carpentry Teacher Resigns Effective Immediately

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Michael Horvat is set to head the Four Cities Compact Carpentry Program hosted at Wadsworth High School. He will start with students tomorrow, November 29. Photo by Haley Reedy.

In an email sent to the Four Cities Compact Carpentry Program students, teacher Chris Kallai, Jr. has resigned from his position effective immediately.

Superintendent Andrew Hill sent out the email to these students today at 9:25 a.m.

Hill has assured the students that administrators are working to fill the position.

“We are currently working through plans for the remainder of this school year,” Hill’s email said.

“Our goal is to implement solutions that allow students to continue to work in the lab (juniors) and at the house site (seniors), as they are doing today.”

The juniors in this program work to build small sheds in the work lab while the seniors built a house from start to finish.

“As our work on the transition plan continues, I will provide additional updates to you,” Hill’s email said.

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    CathyJan 18, 2024 at 1:35 pm

    Was hoping to get a wheelchair ramps built this year, both of Mt sons were on the class when Kahli started. Cathy few

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