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District grapples with class ranking policy

June 17, 2013

Policy 9742 has been a challenge for the Warren County School District. What’s policy 9742? The one that sets policy for class rank....

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graduate

Jun-17-13 12:16 PM

Students have to pay to attend St. Bov. I have a problem with a student's GPA being penalized because their family could not pay the tuition to St. B's. It's a voluntary program, but not free. And transportation is now the responsibility of the student/family. Some families may have financial difficulty providing a car or ride to Russell.

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dubedit

Jun-17-13 9:26 AM

Hmm ... if the Bonaventure classes are inferior, scrap them. If they are harder and therefore drag down grade averages -- tough. They're voluntary. Scholarships and admissions depend on class rank, so this is serious. It's time to quit coddling kids. Your class rank is what it is -- all courses considered. If you transferred in your senior year, you're ineligible, just as you would be if you transferred to another district. Life isn't always seamless.

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