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Board of Ed considers increased expectations and random drug testing


The Kimball Board of Education discussed increasing academic expectations as well as providing additional support to struggling students during High School Principal Eugene Hanks’ report at the June 12 board meeting.

“Is there anyway we can raise the academic bar?” board member Brad Reader asked Hanks,” I know we did that a couple of years ago with the ‘no F’ policy.”

Hanks suggested that a committee be formed, similar to the committee formed when the current policy was adopted, to review the policies and how best to increase academic expectations. The previous committee inclu...

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