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By Michele Smith
The Times 

Board Hears About YEAR-END Activities, New Programs

Board will consider possibilities for an alternative learning center


DAYTON— At last week’s school board meeting the board of directors heard from Superintendent Doug Johnson about the potential for an alternative learning program for Dayton High School students.

Johnson said he has been working with high school principal Paul Shaber, and with school board chairman Dan Butler, to explore some options.

“This is for students who don’t like the activities of traditional education. It will be challenging to meet the needs of a kid who doesn’t engage, or doesn’t want to do school work online,” he said.

Johnson said problems include identifying fundi...

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