High school math teacher Jennifer Wipperman retires

By: 
Bethany Carson

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    Clarksville High School math teacher Jennifer Wipperman has retired after 20 years of service to the school district. Wipperman taught Algebra I and II, Geometry and Trig/Math Analysis.
    In her retirement, she looks forward to devoting more time to music as she plays the flute for the Shell Rock Swing Show and the New Horizons Concert Band. She also plans to read, travel, and spend time with family.
    “Those are the main things–being able to spend time with my parents, kids and grandkids,” Wipperman said.
    She will be missed by fellow staff members, administration and students alike.
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