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Elementary School Principal Gets a High 5

Elementary School Principal Gets a High 5

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(KSL News) After raising morale and test scores at Copper Hills Elementary School in Magna, principal Gail Howe is taking a new job.

The staff at Copper Hills is sad that she accepted a new position with the Granite District. But they wanted to wish her luck with a High 5.

Howe was nominated by Nan Bodily. "We love you so much," Bodily said. "We'll miss you terribly. But we wish you well in your new assignment."

"It's those teachers and support staff that have done it," Howe told us.

As a thank you for her work, Gail received a goody bag that includes a gift certificate to Rodizio Grill.

You can send us your High 5 nominations at the link on this page.

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