Time for a second public high school?

JC schools ready to present high school options

After years of debating whether Jefferson City’s public schools need a second public high school, area residents will have an opportunity to discuss the high school’s future four times in the next three weeks.

In two formal presentations and two other, more casual “open house” formats, district officials will discuss the three options developed by the Secondary Schools Task Force over the last 18 months, after their creation by then-new Superintendent Brian Mitchell.

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All four meetings will be held in the Jefferson City High School Cafeteria, with formal presentations at 7 p.m. Thursday and, again, on April 12, and the more casual “open house” formats on April 19 and 21, from 5-7 p.m.


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