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January 24, 2013

Non-resident pupils limited at Science Hill School

School Board cuts available class slots


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When asked about comments made at the last board made about unfair reporting by Science Hill, Wilds explained that it was found that Science Hill was not including the children of the school’s employees in the number they were reporting.
Walker, who disagreed with the original change from 172 students to 150, opted not to comment on the new contract amendment, saying that no one from Pulaski had “communicated” with him about it and that he hasn’t heard or seen anything about the change.
“We will wait and see what contract they send us to we can try to adapt and serve the children,” said Walker. “The main thing is to work this out and try to do what is best for the kids.”

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