Students and parents make up less of Calhoun County's population

6:15 am
Mon February 25, 2013

Students and parents make up less of Calhoun County's population

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Change in population has caused schools to turn to non-parents for volunteer work.
Cory William leaned over a computer in a classroom at Harper Creek High School last week, offering tips to a student trying to program a robot for the school's robotics club. Week after week for the past three years William has come, helping the dozen or so Robo Beavers teammates construct their machines for a competition this spring at Gull Lake High School.