Hooksett school officials see Pinkerton contract problem
"At (Tuesday's) board meeting I tried to get the board to engage in a criteria on how to get the 75 kids if not enough sign up, but got nowhere. The board had no ideas, so Superintendent (Charles) Littlefield said that if it becomes a problem, he would bring it back to the board," Pearl said. "He said he doesn't have a process either. That could be very problematic."
"There was no other reason, I just wanted to get people out as quickly as possible," Korkosz said.
"It is definitely something that is on our agenda," Korkosz said.
Pearl said waiting on addressing the matter is a bad idea.
"My frustration is that I have to talk to the press to get action on this because the chair doesn't talk to me, but will talk to the press, and I don't hold it against the press, but as a board member that bothers me, so at this point I have to communicate through the Union Leader," Pearl said.
While Korkosz has previously said that Pinkerton is the best option for Hooksett, Anderson said, Hooksett's presence will be important to Pinkerton as well.
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