Piedmont schools to offer medical training
by Laura Gaddy
lbgaddy@annistonstar.com
09:04 PM, Sunday, April 20
Piedmont's schools are using a $99,000 state grant to start a program to give students the chance to earn certification as nursing assistants before they earn high school diplomas.

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