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New school year, new teachers get ready

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As summer comes to an end, teachers are preparing for the first day of classes. Marion County teacher Chris Carlisle  starts his first day of teaching at West Port High School on Monday. Carlisle  was a lawyer for several years before becoming a teacher at a community college. Carlisle says he has been in training and orientations all week in preparation for the first day.

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