Goffstown board sticks with decision to switch library with classroom
The board had voted to approve a plan submitted by administrators, including Principal Suzanne Psyzka, to move fourth-grade classes from the portable to the library space inside the main building. The books and book racks now in the library will be moved to the portable.
At the May 20 meeting, parent Elizabeth Dubrulle tried to get the board to reverse its decision. In an email she circulated prior to the meeting, Dubrulle explained her position.
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