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Documentary screening on school reform

A viewing of Davis Guggenheim’s film, “Waiting for Superman” will be held at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, March 24, in the Waynesville library auditorium.

A discussion will follow after the movie on the issue of school choice.

The movie is a real-life documentary about the lives of five  kids and the heart-breaking situations they (and thousands more) face every day because American public educational system is failing them.

Parking at the library is limited — please park in the First Methodist parking lot on Boyd Avenue, which runs down beside the Library.

He move is free, and is sponsored by the Haywood County 9-12 TEA Party.

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