New charter school in Derry seeks director
The person chosen for the job would begin work in mid-January at the school, located at 16 Route 111, Building #4, according to school officials.
The school also plans to hire a business administrator by late January to early February.
The director and business administrator would “get the school rolling,” Leweck said.
Students, who can apply through the school website, would then meet with the director to determine if the school is a good fit for them, Leweck said.
The school has held several open houses since August and plans to hold another one, possibly in February, she said. The open houses have been well attended and the “word is getting out” about the academy, she said.
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