Sheldon School Board To Hear About Guided Studies Program

Date posted - January 11, 2012

The Board Of Education of the Sheldon Community Schools will have a fairly routine agenda when they meet in their regular monthly session tonight (Wednesday).

In addition to the normal business, the Board will consider a pair of open enrollment applications, as well as the contract for a Special Education Transportation Aide, along with the review of some employee policies.

The Board will also witness a presentation from the Guided Studies Program. The program’s instructor will explain to the Board how the program operates, and students will share how the class had an impact on them during the first semester. The Guided Studies Program is designed to assist students and guide them in developing good study habits to be successful at the high school level.

Tonight’s meeting begins at 6:00 pm in the Sheldon High School Library.

By Tom Traughber
News Reporter

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