‘Winter Academy’ beginning January 14 to offer credit recovery for NHS students

AnnGardner Eubank

by AnnGardner Eubank

CLARAVILLE—Northumberland High School students will have the opportunity to recover school credits from the fall semester beginning January 14 by participating in “Winter Academy.”

Principal Travis Burns on Monday, December 12, told the school board that students who have failed a first semester course or have excessive unexcused absences can participate in the recovery program to secure their credits to keep them on track to graduation.

According to Burns, the multi-week program is tailored to those who have a grade in a course between a 40-59 and for those who have five or more unexcused absences.

In other news, director of operations and maintenance Jeff Brann provided his monthly update on projects across the division. According to Brann, one of the more recent projects regarding a security grant for the elementary building is in the works.

The school system earlier applied for a security grant that could possibly fund the installation of a Shelter Security Lockdown system….

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