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Tehama’s Rich DuVarney Receives Superhero Award

At the recent Association of California State Administrator’s (ACSA) Superintendent’s Symposium, Tehama County Superintendent of Schools, Rich DuVarney, received a 2018 Summer Matters Superintendent Superhero Award.  DuVarney was recognized for “keeping kids reading and actively engaged throughout the summer in order to prevent “summer slide” – the time of year when kids fall behind in their academic achievement levels unless they are enrolled in summer learning enrichment programs,” ACSA said.

“Summer Matters Superhero recipients,” ACSA notes, “are leaders who put energy and resources into summer learning, not because they have to, but because they are convinced that every child matters and every child can succeed with the right support and foundation.”

To read more about the Summer Matters Superheroes Awards, go to:


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