The Spring Semester has been in session for a week now for Taylorville schools and this is the time when the student's year long work will be showcased through sports, music, and of course their academic career. Graduation is one thing that Taylorville Schools Superintendent Dr. Gregg Fuerstenau looks forward to. He said not because the year is over, but because 13 years of work from teachers and students is finally realized.
But Furestenau said at this time in the semester, guidance counselors are working hard to find out what other students want to take for the next year. He said the Career Area Capital Center in Springfield gives students the opportunity to venture outside of general education. He said it allows them to take classes to help them have a better idea of their future and what they might want to major in when they get to the college level.
Fuerstenau appeared on the NEWSTALK WTIM NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show.