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When I was talking to two young ladies [at East High] yesterday, they don't know who I am.They don't even know why I was in the building but we had a very good conversation.Support for open space conservation and the farming community is strong.The town also encourages light manufacturing and welcomes small businesses.The Shelby County School system, of which East High is now a part, often describes itself as "data driven." School districts across the nation are looking at measurements in efforts to determine what is working in the classroom.If Barrett puts the numbers aside and looks at people, what does she see?"I'm over at the school [East High] almost every day and I look at the kids and that's what it's about, it's about children.And while the data is scary, while the numbers, we could talk about the graduation rate, the literacy and the math, that doesn't tell the picture," according to Barrett.
Exclusive by The East High Alumni Page April 7, 2017 - "Of course, right now, when I look at the data, when I look at the numbers, it's daunting, downright scary. So I put the numbers to the side then I just look at the people, " says East High's Executive Principal Lischa Barrett ('91), now Lischa Brooks.There are many types of farms, craft shops, antique shops, and restaurants intermingled with light industry such as the manufacture of electrical switches, jet aircraft components, microporous plastics, fancy soaps and toiletries, fiberglass components, fine furniture and kitchen cabinets.A third of residents have college degrees, and a number of professionals run small businesses or telecommute from their homes.The conversion will take place over the next four years, with the ninth graders starting in August, 2017, being the first group of all optional students.Barrett was principal at the Maxine Smith STEAM Academy (STEAM is STEM with arts included), a middle school at what was once known as Fairview Junior High.