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School Board discusses high school gym logo

From School District website.

From School District website.

At a meeting last night, the Ketchikan Gateway Borough School Board talked about the possibility of changing the king salmon logo on the Ketchikan High School gym floor. Board President Michelle O’Brien said most of the feedback Board members have received favors the current logo. The gym floor is being renovated, leaving the possibility to change the logo.

The Board also decided to postpone a vote on new federal nutrition guidelines. Board president Michelle O’Brien discussed both topics with KRBD:

 

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