Aurora welcomes Sarah Cordonier as new ag instructor

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Though not a native to Hamilton County, Aurora’s newest ag teacher Sarah Cordonier has made her niche here with a number of weeks under her belt in her first year of teaching.
Born and raised in Seward, Cordonier attended Seward High School before moving on to study agricultural education at Northwest Missouri State and complete her student teaching in Waverly.
“I have always known I wanted to be a teacher,” Cordonier said. “Growing up, agriculture was never a huge part of my life. However, somewhere along the line I fell in love with it. In middle school, I started attending agriculture classes. That is when I knew agriculture was what I wanted to study and be a part of the rest of my life.”

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