Pinkerton Academy plans more tours for Hooksett residents
Next Tuesday, March 4, they’ll be offering two additional tours — scheduled for 5 and 6:30 p.m. — for any Hooksett residents who are curious about exactly what they’ll be committing to on March 11 should they vote in favor of a 10-year contract with Pinkerton.
“The most common perception of people that come to Pinkerton for the first time is that it’s so big, and it is big compared to most one-building high schools, but by the time we’re done walking around the campus and talking, almost everyone says to me that it’s smaller than they thought,” he said. “That’s why it’s valuable to physically see the campus, and that’s why we’re offering these tours.”
Denbow said the forum is focused entirely on Pinkerton and similar in format to the individual eighth-grade high school information nights that were held for Pinkerton, Manchester Central and Manchester West.
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