Greenwood educator closes out ‘rewarding’ half-century career


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When Helen Crawford was teaching high-ability students in Greenwood, she tried to get them out of the classroom as often as possible.

In the mid-1980s, Crawford was teaching students who had the potential to complete more complex assignments faster than traditional students. They regularly took field trips into Indianapolis to visit art museums and the zoo.

School field trips to zoos and museums aren’t unique — what set Crawford’s apart is that she would take the students on these trips three or four times per month.

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