CCE Gears Up For Next Steps Following Decision To Close Grades 7-12 At The End Of This School Year
(Everly)-- The Clay Central-Everly school district is now moving on to the next step in the process following the school board's decision Monday evening to discontinue grades 7-12 effective at the end of this current school year. Superintendent Dennis McClain...
"Moving ahead we're going to be working on sharing agreements with neighboring districts. I've sent information out to all of the superintendents and they've already kind of known that we were working on this or that this was going to be an agreement at some point down the road, and so I sent them out that that decision had been made, a sample of some sharing plans and we'll be meeting with them in the near future to talk about those agreements."
McClain says those agreements will be finalized in time for the upcoming school year...
"We will work on those agreements, get those set up here this spring. Students will enroll in those districts in the fall and we'll be using a tuitioning out format at we'll also be here in the near future discussing one of our two buildings."
Clay Central-Everly will continue it's preschool to 6th grade classes.