diated by a highly effective third grade teacher,” Fancher said. “They will work on the skills in which they exhibited weaknesses, and they will take the test, the alternate assessment
again, which is the last opportunity for a retest on June 29.”
Both Peasant and Assistant Superintendent Christy Maulding said they were pleased with the results.
“We feel that they performed well,” Peasant said. “However, we
are always looking to get better. Our goal is to have 100 percent.”
Maulding said she was pleased with the progress HWS was making.
“I think it's definitely a sign of things we should expect to see in the days and years to come,” Maulding said.
Peasant also said West Brothers Construction was on the Partnership School site and preparing for foundation work.
In addition, the board approved June 19 at 6:30 p.m. for an initial review for the