Wednesday, May 26, 2010

"It's not an automatic, quick decline"

At the middle school, Peri said course offerings have drastically changed in recent years.
"People may not understand when I started in this district, kids were taking (over 500) sessions of a foreign language over three years," Peri said. "Now, it's (just over 100). Things like that are happening all over the place."
Committee member Sue Rohrbach said a frequently asked question is why the shared elementary and middle school buildings don't have a shared principal. 
"The differences between kindergarten and fifth grade and sixth through eighth grades are drastic," Peri said, explaining that students are facing different challenges at different ages.
Read the full article in the Milford Daily News here

The full set of reporting from the School Committee meeting Tuesday May 25 can be found here

Franklin, MA

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