Anchor school discussion in Hooksett Wednesday
“We’ve done some presentations up until now on the high school and what the board has put into place for the future, and those presentations have mostly been directed at parents, and I think the purpose of the informational night on Wednesday is to provide information to the community on where we’re sending our students and why,” said Dr. Charles Littlefield, Superintendent of Hooksett Schools. “Certainly, all are welcome to attend, but we’re hopping to see residents who don’t have youngsters in our school come out to obtain information on the direction we’re headed.”
Though the issue garnered some discussion at Friday night’s deliberative session, no amendments were proposed on the article.
The Hooksett School Board spent extensive time last summer in reaching a mediation settlement allowing the district to exit its current 20-year agreement with Manchester five years early as of the 2014-’15 school year.
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