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WCSD to examine tutoring programs

March 3, 2014

Warren County School District officials will be attending a state-level meeting next month before making a recommendation about the status of tutoring and after-school programs in the district....

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Mar-03-14 1:31 PM

"that aren't attending go to". My oldest graduated a few years back. He's at Pitt and taking the same classes that two classmates who were "gifted" are taking. Wonder how he did it? Must be a miracle

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Mar-03-14 1:29 PM

just as long as we don't cut the sacrosanct gifted program by one thin dime. It would be instructive someday for our secretive School Board to give us a true accounting of the dollars per student served that we spend on this program in order to send kids to the same Colleges and Universities that kids with high grades that aren't attending. Not once has the performance of this program been required to justify the expenditure. Yes I know it is State mandated but it would be nice to see what we spend per student vs. what Titusville, Corry, Kane, Bradford spend per student. Let's debate tutoring and after school programs while never denying the Gifted classes their pie dough and macramé supplies.

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Mar-03-14 10:27 AM

This is a fantastic program that NEEDS to be kept going!!! It is so beneficial ...

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