Dugger prepares for last school days before closing

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DUGGER, Ind. (WTHI) – “We’ve tried all year here to make it as normal as possible, especially with this last week with graduation coming up,” said Principal Shane Reese, Union High School. “You know we have a senior class that is graduating and it’s there time.”

Union-Dugger High School will be closing its doors for good at the end of this school year.

The Northeast Sullivan School Corporation decided to shut down the high school and Dugger Elementary earlier this year.

On Friday, students will attend their last full-day inside Union’s walls.

News 10’s Brittany Earl to Dugger on Thursday to speak with Principal Reese one teacher who’s been a part of Bulldog history for more than 60 years.

Tune in to News 10 This Morning on Friday for that complete story.

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