Kelloggsville — The school-to-work program launched 10 years ago as a partnership between the district and Wyoming-based Mark-Maker Co. Since then, 85 high school students have worked at 14 area companies, earning school credit and money. SNN’s videographer Brett Atwood takes a look at the impact the program has had on the school, the companies and the students.
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