Leggett Valley School News

By Camille Rosecrans Leggett Valley School |

Rotary student of the month honored

This month’s Garberville Rotary Club student of the month is Bowen Low. He was chosen for his excellence in the Career Technical Education Department, which includes wood shop and metal shop, by South Fork High School teacher Eric Korbly. Bowen...

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