Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

Students and parents have more options in education

More than a dozen Kimball students have opted to attend classes in neighboring districts this year.

During the December Board of Education meeting High School principal, Eugene Hanks, reported to the board

that 17 students currently opt into either Banner County or Potter-Dix schools.

The total number of students who attend classes in Potter-Dix is 35, with 23 in elementary and twelve in junior or senior high school.

“Though we have seen an increase in option enrollment students from Kimball this past summer, most of these

students (minus the kindergartners of course) have been going to Potter...