By Ted Lammi 

Carlton votes for four-day school week

 

April 19, 2024

Ted Lammi

Twelve people weighed in on the idea of a four-day school week, including Tommy Jacobson (pictured), before the board voted Monday.

Carlton students will have classes only four days a week next year, provided the district's proposal is approved by the state.

Nearly 30 members of the public were present Monday for the last of three required public hearings on the subject. After a presentation by superintendent Donita Stepan, 10 people addressed the board with voices both for and against the

proposal.

Stepan outlined the plan, mostly repeating what she had said at the previous hearings, while emphasizing certain points. Early on, she talked about the tight timeline with the Minnesota Department of Education telling districts...



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