Officials still seeking Hooksett/Pinkerton schools pact
Morse said the revisions require trustee approval so the board plans to meet Aug. 20 to address the district’s requests. Assuming the Pinkerton Board of Trustees approves the modifications to the one-year tuition agreement extension, the Hooksett School Board plans to hold a special meeting the next week, likely on Aug. 26, to ratify the pact, said Hooksett School Board member John Lyscars.
“We want to give parents and kids across all socioeconomic levels access to a second high school and that’s why we have Pinkerton and Manchester,” he said. “My position has been clear that we needed a school that is willing to take all of our students since the MOU (memorandum of understanding) schools (Bow, Londonderry and Pembroke Academy) only take a small percentage of our students.”
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