Baby fever hits Sherman Elementary

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By Amanda Kelly, Staff Writer

Sherman Elementary has caught a case of baby fever as a dozen faculty members are expecting.
While two Sherman teachers, Jessica Moore and Derrick Haley, both welcomed the newest additions to their families into the world Jan. 30, 2019, eight more mothers and two grandmothers have due dates they’re anticipating.
“It’s like a countdown for me,” said Taryn Struk, who is due May 2 with her second-born, a girl named Lainey Marie. “First Jessica (Moore) went, then Derrick (Haley). And then I know I’m next.”

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