Pinkerton board to discuss accepting Hooksett students
The meeting will be the first of three regular meetings the board will hold this year with the superintendents and school board members from the four sending towns — Auburn, Chester, Derry and Hampstead — said Chip Underhill, Pinkerton's executive director of public affairs.
Hooksett's contract negotiations will not be discussed during the meeting, and the board will not take a vote, Underhill said. Trustees, though, will possibly discuss what would happen if Hooksett does become a sending town, Underhill said.
Trisha Korkosz, chairman of the Hooksett School Board, said the board is working to reach a deal with Pinkerton and could possibly have a final agreement ready to put before voters in March."We should be able to present it to voters in March," she said. "We are getting close."
Headmaster Mary Anderson announced in the spring that she would be retiring at the end of the 2013-2014 school year, marking nearly four decades at the academy.
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