Newfound district schools will stay as they are for now
In recent years, questions have come up in district towns about realigning the school district to improve classroom experiences in the face of declining enrollments. Parents in Bridgewater, for instance, wondered if the Bridgewater-Hebron Village School could be reconfigured to a kindergarten-Grade 8, or a K-Grade 6.
Buckley looked at the seven-town district and the capacity of its six schools. Among the possibilities she looked at would be converting all district elementary schools to K-8s, K-6s, or returning to a K-4, 5-8 and 9-12 structure districtwide.
Migliore said Buckley has suggested her time might be better spent aligning curriculum at district schools. The district will continue to monitor enrollments, he said, but things will stay as they are for now.
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