Gilford school district working on more parental notice on books
(See editorial, Page A8.)At the end of Monday night’s meeting, the school board instructed the district’s administration to come up with a policy that would help parents know long ahead of time what is being assigned to their children. That way they can approve or disapprove and let the school know.
Hemingway said he doesn’t want parents to be upset, and he wants to be more open about the process, though school policies detailing steps a parent can take in such cases are already on the district’s website.
The new policy would be brought to school officials for adoption later this year, he said.
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