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By Dena Martin
THE TIMES 

Policy changes allow for greater levy collections

Students now have multiple pathways to graduate

 


WAITSBURG—At the May 16 Waitsburg School Board meeting, Superintendent Jon Mishra updated board members on the outcome of the legislative session which closed April 28. While some outcomes are positive, Mishra suggested caution in moving forward.

Graduation Pathways

One welcome change is the addition of House Bill 1599 which delinks graduation from standardized tests and allows students multiple pathways to demonstrate readiness to graduate. Once students have completed a High School and Beyond Plan they can prove readiness through one of the following pathways:

Completing a sequence of...



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