Editor’s Note: Last week’s edition of The Manchester Enterprise contained the findings of two out of five committees on the possible reconfiguration of Clay County Schools. Those committees analyzed facilities and extra curricular activities.
Following are the reports of the other three committees. The areas they examined are: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment; School Population: Transportation and District Boundaries; and, Budget.
The offices of The Manchester Enterprise will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday Thursday and Friday of this week.
The three newly elected members of the Clay County Board of Education are collectively looking to see improvements in morale and results.
The possible reconfiguration of Clay County Schools is going to be a complicated, expensive project, according to the reports of five committees.
The Clay County School Board Monday night gave the first reading to a change in its policy that will allow students below the eighth grade to be held back a year for academic or athletic purposes.
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