Hooksett officials say deal won’t stop other school talks
“I objected that the (Memorandum of Understanding) proposals were sent to the districts without the board’s approval,” Pearl said. “I think that should be the practice even if I didn’t want to make changes.”
A Memorandum of Understanding, unlike a sending contract, can be shorter than the state mandated 10-year minimum, and does not have to be approved by voters of the related towns in a warrant article. It also does not indicate how many students must attend a high school, only how many would be allowed, while at the same time setting a tuition rate for the length of the deal.
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