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Plan to train more dental students in regional areas

Plan to train more dental students in regional areas. She’s proposing that the state take over several schools in northern Nevada for a year.

“I’m so angry,” she said. “This is my state. Why should they just sweep the whole region under the carpet?”

Scherpmann is also angry about the state’s plan for a project that she says has caused her school-age kids to be neglected.

“I would have known that they would have to put up with us,” she said. “They just don’t care about us.”

Scherpmann, 28, thinks the school system’s plan to relocate실시간바카라사이트 a district-operated dentistry school would be better for kids.

“It would be so different,” she said.

“I have so many questions about whether they’re serious about doing this,” she said. “We have kids who have the lowest graduation rate at every school because of their dental school education, we’re a long way down this road.”

She worries it’s a plan that will cost too mCDC 철도청 카지노uch in the long run, and she says state Rep. Bob Miller, R-Las Vegas, deserves credit for pushing the program through because of his influence in Congress.

“He put his name forward — you put your name forward,” she said. “You go to bat for someone and he does it.”

Milton High School principal and nurse Mary Moulton was with Schiraldi on Tuesday, the first day the school will have school staff after the state took control of that school.

She talks about the need for better quality-of-life improvements in school, but she adds she has mixed feelings about whether Schiraldi’s plans to move to another loc우리 카지노ation will hurt students.

“I’m not 100 percent comfortable with that,” she said.

Moulton said it’s important to have access to good quality-of-life services like her school dental care because they make her life a little bit easier.

“These kids need to get home at 7, 8 p.m., eat the dinner that we have,” she said.

“All of our family needs to have a place where we can eat, sit down to a dinner, listen to music, exercise, walk for the children on a leash in the park that will then get to our classroom, which I absolutely don’t want my kid to be exposed to,” she said.

“I think that is such a huge concern,” she said. “W

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