Anselmo held in high regard by staff, community

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I have never written a letter to the editor; there is a first time for everything. Itís nice to think at my age I can do something for the first time.

This letter is in support of Paul Anselmo, our superintendent of the West Bonner County School District. I have known Paul his entire life. Actually, I know his entire family and they are all fine people.

Mr. Anselmo does his job and he does it well. He is held in high regard by his teachers and students as well as educators from other districts. Every time I see Paul he always takes the time to say hello and shake my hand, and believe me, itís a good handshake, not one of a wimp. I like that. You can tell a lot about a man by his handshake, just like his dad and grandpa. His dad was also a highly esteemed educator in Newport. Paul takes right after his dad and thatís a good thing.

Paul Anselmo has the support of the West Bonner County School Board. I feel our schools are in pretty good shape morally. A good attitude is a positive one.

I applaud and thank Mr. Anselmo for a job well done and hope that he will hear it from others as well.

ERNIE SCHOEFFEL

Priest River

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