Marsha VanHook, left, assistant principal of curriculum at Estero High School, shakes hands with Fernando Vazquez of Orlando at the conclusion of his job interview for an Exeptional Student Education (ESE) program teacher, during the Lee County School District job fair at the Harborside Convention Center in Fort Myers on Thursday morning. Teacher candidates flocked from around the country to the job fair, which focused on critical shortage areas such as science, elementary education and ESE, to try and fill the 400 open positions in the Lee County school system. Of those slots, 172 are located in the four new schools in Lee County.

Photo by TRISTAN SPINSKI, Daily News

Marsha VanHook, left, assistant principal of curriculum at Estero High School, shakes hands with Fernando Vazquez of Orlando at the conclusion of his job interview for an Exeptional Student Education (ESE) program teacher, during the Lee County School District job fair at the Harborside Convention Center in Fort Myers on Thursday morning. Teacher candidates flocked from around the country to the job fair, which focused on critical shortage areas such as science, elementary education and ESE, to try and fill the 400 open positions in the Lee County school system. Of those slots, 172 are located in the four new schools in Lee County.

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