The Hope School Board met Monday in a meeting that mixed a virtual meeting with several board members in-person at the school administration building
Ashlea Stewart noted there were over 600 students taking in-person classes at Clinton Primary with approximately 300 taking virtual classes.
Dr. Roy Turner updated the board on his virtual/in-person breakdown at Beryl Henry. He also gave an update on a visit from District 3 State Representative Danny Watson. Dr. Carol Ann Duke of HAPS gave a virtual/in-person breakdown and discussed STAR testing.
Mike Radebaugh gave the update for Yerger and Dr. Hart complimented him on the school’s student council videos.
Cledus Coulter gave an update on the CATS school and noted they had 22 students and gave the virtual/in-person breakdown.
Donald Patton gave the HHS update. He noted there were 206 virtual students and 357 onsite students plus 59 in the collegiate academy.