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Mallory a class act at Flores

 
by Kimberly Rubio, staff writer
 
At a time when children are under extreme pressure to pass standardized tests, Flores Middle School teacher Carol Mallory reminds her students daily that there is more than one way to be smart.
 
Mallory, who has been teaching for 24 years, presently serves as a reading interventionist at Flores, part of the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District.
 
On any given day, she can be found at her classroom greeting students or wishing them a great day.
 
In the classroom, Mallory strives to provide intensive instruction for sixth- and seventh-grade students who struggle with reading.
 
Mallory attended Mansfield University of Pennsylvania, where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education.
 
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Sun
27
Sep

Bumper-car act leads to pepper spray blast

Uvalde Police on Thursday arrested three people after a vehicular assault that ended with one man being doused in pepper spray. The incident began at the intersection of Ham Lane and East 
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24
Sep

Uvalde Police Officer directs traffic

Uvalde Police Officer Greg Villa directs traffic at the intersection of Getty and Main streets after an 18-wheeler lost an axle on Friday afternoon.

 

Thu
24
Sep

Help on the way

By Kimberly Rubio
 

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