Pinkerton contract defeat leads to talk of new school
"The next step, in my opinion, is to extend the enrollment agreements for another year to bring calmness to our seventh-graders. We will then have to discuss as a board where we go from here."
"We need to look at all aspects of a high school, from building to operating cost to what course offerings and programs we would have at Hooksett High," he said.
"In my opinion, the question that most interests Hooksett citizens is how much will it cost," he said. "However, other decisions like curriculum, size of the school, type of academic activities, extracurricular activities, sports programs and other details must be investigated and agreed upon before a high school proposal could be made."
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