Hooksett holds off on school requests
“It’s important to wait until we have concrete data from (memorandums of understanding) or (a contract with Pinkerton) before a sending policy can be set,” School Board Chairman Trisha Korkosz said after the 3-2 vote.
But board members David Pearl and John Lyscars voted against the suspension.
“Why should we ask parents to wait when we haven’t done our job?” Pearl said.
The settlement reached by Hooksett and Manchester ended the city’s lawsuit against the town and the town’s effort to have the city declared in breach of its tuition contract.
“We don’t need to complicate this with community members,” Pearl said. “We need to do our jobs as a school board and not involve community members at this point for that process.”
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