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SPACS president hopes to allow system to stand out

2:12 AM, Jan. 28, 2013
Todd Kuckkahn, president of Stevens Point Area Catholic Schools, stands Wednesday in the Student Activities Center at Pacelli High School.
Todd Kuckkahn, president of Stevens Point Area Catholic Schools, stands Wednesday in the Student Activities Center at Pacelli High School.
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Nearing six months into his new job as the president of Stevens Point Area Catholic Schools, Todd Kuckkahn said the experience has been a whirlwind.

"Beyond just evaluating and understanding the things we do at SPACS, there has been a lot of meeting people," said Kuckkahn, who was introduced as president in August after working as a development officer with Marshfield Clinic since 2010. "It's getting to know students, staff, priests and being engaged with what's happening in our Catholic schools."

On Jan. 23, Kuckkahn was busy at Pacelli High School, first attending a ceremony where senior ...

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