Highland School District held their community forum on Monday night and Superintendent Chris Armstrong says it went very well. Armstrong says they received a very good turnout from parents and were able to get feedback from them on possible changes in how classes are scheduled. He says parents were open to some new ideas, but also rejected others. Armstrong says teachers will be meeting to discuss options and make more concrete plans. He says at that point they will have another community forum to discuss plans to the school day schedule.
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