Jefferson City district considers next generation of secondary schools

Jefferson City public school officials are considering three options for the future of secondary education in the district. SEE OUR NEWSPAPER OR E-EDITION FOR SUNDAY, MAY 8, 2011, TO VIEW ALL THE DETAILS.

Jefferson City public school officials are considering three options for the future of secondary education in the district. SEE OUR NEWSPAPER OR E-EDITION FOR SUNDAY, MAY 8, 2011, TO VIEW ALL THE DETAILS. Photo by Jim Dyke.

Jefferson City public schools are looking at three options for its secondary schools.

All of the options include the idea of “academies” within a larger high school and, in one option, satellite locations.

The third option would build a second high school. All three options include renovating the existing high school.

After two public forums and two “open houses” to explain the options, the district is polling the public through an official survey and an informal ....

SEE ILLUSTRATIONS AND COMPLETE DETAILS OF THE THREE OPTIONS IN OUR NEWSPAPER OR E-EDITION FOR SUNDAY, MAY 8, 2011.

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