Hooksett parents to be kept in loop during school negotiations
The Hooksett School District is negotiating a contract with Pinkerton Academy for the majority of the district’s high school students. It is also negotiating with Londonderry, Bow and Pembroke to take students who don’t want to attend Pinkerton.
School Board Chairman Trisha Korkosz said that it was imperative for the board to keep residents informed, as they will ultimately be making the final decision on any new agreement when they vote March 12.
The board also agreed to start the process of creating a survey for parents of children from kindergarten through eighth grade.
“We have to come up with a plan and get out and sell it. In Auburn, we went through the same thing, only we had a two year window. However, I am convinced that this board is good enough at what it does that it will be able to sell whatever it decides,” Littlefield said.
Korkosz said that she is not concerned about the short time line.
“I don’t think we have a choice; we have to have an item ready for a warrant article by around the 10th of January.”
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