“Education is a wonderful field. It is an opportunity to influence lives,” Morris said. “Teachers have a great opportunity to help young people grow and develop and prepare for a successful life. As superintendent, I got to work with everyone and I highly recommend education. You can’t make more of difference.”
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Clark-Shawnee is continuing to move in the right direction, he said, and he’s happy the district was able to expand its college credit offerings and pass a bond issue to build a new elementary school.
The school deserves it, he said.
“I just loved my eight years here,” Morris said. “It’s really been a wonderful experience … I have never worked with a better staff.”
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He plans to spend more time with his family during his retirement, Morris said.