State superintendent visits Florence

Tony Evers, Wisconsin state superintendent of public instruction, visited Florence schools on Monday for Career and Technical Education month. Evers, left, talked with Ben Niehaus, Florence County Schools administrator, about the ongoing Florence Middle/High School addition and renovation. (Theresa Proudfit/Daily News photos)
Tony Evers, right, chatted with Kay McLain, a Florence instructor and 2017 Wisconsin Rural Teacher of the Year, about the school’s business and information technology computer lab. Evers, a Democratic candidate for governor, also toured the school’s Fab Lab and saw students demonstrate projects and the engineering design process.

Tony Evers, Wisconsin state superintendent of public instruction, visited Florence schools on Monday for Career and Technical Education month. Evers, left, talked with Ben Niehaus, Florence County Schools administrator, about the ongoing Florence Middle/High School addition and renovation.

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