With most to all students back to school across central Illinois, one area administrator is excited about a program his school is introducing this year.
Robert Bagby (Right) is the Superintendent of Lincoln High School. He says they are introducing an entrepreneurship program that Bagby explains will allow not just Lincoln High students to participate, but several Logan County schools.
Interest has been good for the first year of the program but Bagby hopes word of mouth will increase excitement and enrollment in the program in future semesters.
Bagby indicates it took the community to get behind the program to make it happen. He explains they are opening the program up to business leaders in the community to take on students as a mentor or to host a class.
Business owners interested in that opportunity can contact Bagby at 217-732-4131.