Wednesday, January 6, 2010

"We're feeling very positive"

The association, an accreditation service that sets standards for more than 2,000 schools, evaluates schools every 10 years. In its last full review, the association gave Franklin High School a warning in 2005 because of its limited handicapped access, which does not meet state and federal law.
"The warning status is really only about the facility," said Superintendent Maureen Sabolinski. "It has nothing to do with education." 
Read the full article about the FHS accreditation in the Milford Daily News here

The accreditation was disclosed at the Dec 8, 2009 School Committee meeting

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