The current school year may not be wrapped up but that doesn't mean school leaders are not looking ahead.
This time of the year is when leaders take a look at their staffing for the upcoming year and try to get everything shored up. Clinton High School Principal Jerry Wayne indicates that is a challenge because of the teacher shortage.
Wayne indicates it can be a tough balance trying to find the right candidate for a program but also finding someone to lead a program so it can remain intact for their students.
Wayne hopes to see legislation that can get more people into education. He says teachers are some of the impactful people in a person's life and they need quality individuals in the classrooms leading the community's youth.