Manchester superintendent visits Hooksett School Board
Manchester Superintendent Debra Livingston and Assistant Superintendent David Ryan visited with the Hooksett School Board Tuesday night. (RYAN O'CONNOR/Union Leader Correspondent)
“There are many great things happening at Central, but we also recognize there is work to do,” said Livingston, who noted a decision on CHS’s accreditation is likely to be announced within the next couple days.
In addition, Livingston and Ryan spoke on Manchester’s dropout rate, which both admitted was unacceptably high for the 2012-13 school year. Ryan said the district’s data for this year shows that number will be nearly cut in half, from 211 last year to 107 for this school year.
Hooksett board member Jim Sullivan requested data from Manchester, breaking down their dropout rate and academic success of Hooksett students compared to Queen City students.
The Hooksett School Board continues its high school discussion at a special meeting on Tuesday, June 24, at 6:30 p.m. at Cawley Middle School.
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