[February 06, 2016]
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Representative Tim Butler visited Mount Pulaski High School
yesterday morning and spoke to students about government issues. He
met with the students in the cafeteria and touched on topics
including the Illinois budget problems, pensions, unions, gun laws,
presidential candidates, MAP grants and Common Core.
According to Gale Clark, who teaches Social Studies and American
Government to the seniors, "State Representative Tim Butler spoke to
our senior class and our eighth grade class. Our seniors asked a lot
of really important and serious questions. Maybe one of the best
outcomes today was that our eighth grade students were there and
they were able to see how serious our seniors were taking
Representative Butler's appearance."
In addition to learning, the students were able to have a little fun
with the representative as he even put on a Mount Pulaski Toppers
baseball hat and took a "selfie" with the group.
Representative Butler closed his question and answer session by
urging students to get involved in their communities and to get out
Pictures provided by Susan Springer