Nashua Goes To 4-Day School Week Next Year
It was a well researched decision for the Nashua School Board. While controversial to some of the parents and families involved, the final vote for a four-day school week came in on Tuesday, March 18.
The school board approved the schedule to begin next year in a 4-1 vote. Ryan Williams, Dale Pugh, Cole Sibley and Brenda Kessel voted in favor and Joe Laumeyer against.
The school calendar for the upcoming year has been posted to the Nashua school website.
While Superintendent Jennifer Cunningham was out of the office for comment and wouldn’t return by press time, Linda Parpart, the distri...
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