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Three modular units are connected to McVay Elementary via a 320-foot hallway, creating an additional 24 classrooms in the K-6 school that has an enrollment of nearly 460 students in Williston, N.D., Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2014. Kathleen J. Bryan/Forum News Service

Oil Patch schools still looking for teachers, readying for more students

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WILLISTON, N.D. --  Last month, Viola LaFontaine was facing a teacher shortage the likes of which she had not seen in her four years as superintendent of the Williston Public School District.

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