Pinkerton opens door on extension to Hooksett pact
“Pinkerton trustees appreciate that the Hooksett School Board is diligently researching long-term options for its high school students,” said Pinkerton Headmaster Mary Anderson. “We feel it is reasonable to continue for one more year the enrollment agreement put in place for next year, 2014-15. This would allow current seventh-grade Hooksett students the opportunity to attend Pinkerton.”
“There’s a willingness on both sides to investigate it,” said Littlefield.
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