Special meeting Monday to cover Hooksett's high school concerns
"Not bits and pieces, it will be a presentation of everything. This will help the community see what the short-term plan and long-term plans are for our students," Korkosz said.
"I truly hope that members of the community come out to see the plan, to give their input and participate in the community," she said.
Board Vice-chair David Pearl said that he has similar expectations as Korkosz does for the meeting, but added that he recently filed a complaint with SAU 15, which encompasses the Auburn, Hooksett and Candia School Districts, against Littlefield due to what Pearl called an illegal meeting Littlefield called to discuss the Monday special meeting.
"It wasn't the board, it was him," Pearl said.
Pearl said that he asked that the SAU take up the matter during their next regular or special meeting.
However, Town Council Chair and former School Board member James Sullivan was in attendance, and said that to him, it appeared as if an illegal meeting took place.
In an effort to bring as many people to Monday's informational meeting as possible, child care will be provided. The meeting is scheduled to start at 7 p.m. in the cafeteria at Cawley Middle School.
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