He has only been on the job for a matter of months, but Superintendent Daniel Warwick has a detailed plan to improve Springfield public schools.
He brought that plan and its message to Springfield's High School of Commerce on Sunday afternoon, as Warwick was the featured speaker at the fourth annual "United in Hope" event, which celebrates education.
Warwick has a 37-year career in the Springfield public school system.
He said his familiarity certainly helped him have a fast start with his new position.
Warwick told CBS 3 that he has a three-point plan to improve the school system, with a big part being community support and putting proper programs in place to help students stay in school.
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