Hooksett seeking single-district solution for high school students
"Pinkerton has indicated in the past that they would be able to take all of our students," Korkosz said.
"It is possible it won't be approved — it could happen," Littlefield said, who added that along with voter approval from Hooksett, the district would need approval from the state Department of Education and the school boards of Pinkerton's sending towns. With no hearing scheduled to hear Hooksett's claim against Manchester scheduled, Pearl said the district has no idea when they will get the court's decision.
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