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Lynn Wilson

Wife, mother, and teacher, Lynn Wilson has been a Massillonian all of her life. She enjoys spending time with family and spontaneous car trips. She is also “GG” to her 8 grandchildren.

Lynn studied at Stark State and Walsh University where she obtained two degrees: special education and general education. She has worked in the education field for twenty-four years, starting her career in Canton City Schools, spending a few years teaching in Massillon City Schools, and eventually returning to the Canton City School District where she is currently employed.

When asked to share a fun fact about herself, Lynn stated she started college at the age of 35 and received her degree at the age of 40.

No matter how late or early an educator finds their calling, let’s remember to take time to say "thank you!"


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