High schools could be pulling double duty with one set of students in the first half of the day and a second school’s worth in the afternoon said district Superintendent Tim Wyrosdick during a joint meeting of the school board and county commission May 15.
He said schools could also see more situations where two classes worth of students must share space in one classroom with two teachers if the districts bid for impact fees is denied.
Read the full article in the May 23 issue of Navarre Press.
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