Debra Singley, principal of the Camelot Therapeutic Day School of the Quad Cities in Moline, Ill., speaks Tuesday night in the Mildred L. Terry Public Library during the public forum about alternative education in the Muscogee County School District.
Debra Singley, principal of the Camelot Therapeutic Day School of the Quad Cities in Moline, Ill., speaks Tuesday night in the Mildred L. Terry Public Library during the public forum about alternative education in the Muscogee County School District. MARK RICE mrice@ledger-enquirer.com
Debra Singley, principal of the Camelot Therapeutic Day School of the Quad Cities in Moline, Ill., speaks Tuesday night in the Mildred L. Terry Public Library during the public forum about alternative education in the Muscogee County School District. MARK RICE mrice@ledger-enquirer.com

Forum puts spotlight on alternative education in Muscogee County

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