Hooksett School Board meeting to focus on K-8 issues
With that in mind, school officials have scheduled a special meeting today at 6:30 p.m., to review issues affecting kindergarten through eighth grade.
“Ultimately,” said Sullivan, “the board needs more meetings to allow full discussion on all school issues, since the main emphasis has been just high school for so long.”
Lyscars, last week, presented a plan which he said takes into account concerns from all interested parties with proposed memorandums of understanding with up to a dozen other local school districts.
The board, at the request of School Board Chairman Joanne McHugh, also agreed to invite Bob Baines and the Dyn company to present information about Manchester’s STEAM program at an upcoming meeting, said Lyscars.
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