Pawhuska Middle School to Re-open
At last months school board meeting in Pawhuska, high school principal, Lauri Lee, brought up a proposal to re-open the junior high building to house sixth, seventh and eighth grade students. Currently, the junior high building is being occupied by high school students for con-current classes and alt-ed classes.
Middle school students are having to walk down the same halls as high schoolers, something Lee has heard numerous safety complaints about. That is why Lee wanted to re-configure the two buildings. At Monday evening's school board meeting, Superintendent David Cash and the school board did just that.
Jodi Culver, a teacher at the junior high level, stated that she was for the move, but said she wants to make sure it will be open permanently.
Cash added that there will be an administrator in the building at all times to supervise the students.
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