Cleveland Superintendent of Schools Dr. Aaron Espolt is headed to Chicago where he will be attending a national superintendent’s meeting. While there he will give a presentation about the new online school Cleveland is implementing. In addition, he will be one of only three Oklahoma superintendents receiving “national certification,” the culmination of a two-year educational endeavor.

 Espolt shared that good news during the Cleveland Board of Education meeting held Monday, July 1. The meeting was busy but brief, as its agenda mainly covered annual agreements and renewals.

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