Hooksett eyes pursuing Pinkerton and Manchester school deals
Board member John Lyscars suggested an agreement also be forged with the Manchester School District to promote healthy competition for Hooksett students, and to allow parents and students to pick the high school of their choice.
“I think after the last vote, we really need to start thinking about this as putting together something that would pass on the ballot,” Pearl said.
The board agreed to continue the conversation at their next scheduled meeting on July 8.
“I don’t have an answer, and I don’t know what the right answer is, but I am begging that this board moves a little faster, asks some harder questions, makes some harder choices, some harder decisions,” Salvis said. “I think we’ve come to that point.”
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