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By Tracie Mitchell
Staff Writer 

Concerns with Ten Sleep School reading program addressed

 

May 10, 2017



TEN SLEEP – During the May Ten Sleep School Board meeting Monday evening the responses to student and parent survey’s caused concern for board member Jane Thurston. Thurston was concerned about the complaints issued by students and parents regarding the schools reading program Pioneer Path.

Thurston stated that the comments from several students and a couple parents on their surveys this year and comments on past surveys complaining about Pioneer Path when answering the question, “How do you feel we can improve our school?” gave her cause for concern. “I realize reading is very im...



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