Expansion of charter school is ”necessary to ensure the continued financial sustainability of the school.”
March 17, 2008
As the Board of Trustees of the
It is clear that the focus of our faculty and administration this summer needs to be on middle school, planning for the expansion of grades for next year and on the continued development of the curriculum and professional development of our faculty. Additionally, this expansion is necessary to ensure the continued financial sustainability of the school.
As a result of our analysis of the combination of financial, facility and human resources available to the school, we have concluded that we can no longer offer a Summer Program. This means that no summer program will be offered in 2008. The Board and Administration believe this decision least affects the educational programming that takes place during the school year.
At the meeting of March 13, the Board also decided to continue the Saturday program for the remainder of this academic year, but no longer will require attendance of the students. Dr. Clagnaz has been asked by the Board to conduct a series of focus group meetings that include parents, faculty and students to examine the structure and educational value of a Saturday program for next year and beyond.
We want to ensure the
We look forward to a long future where the continued success of the School and its students is the focus.
Stephanie Clagnaz, Ed.D., Principal
Julie Johnson, Assistant Principal
Erin Brown, Director of Operations
Christina Franz, Special Education Coordinator
Nicolas W. Combemale
On behalf of The Board of Trustees