The school board voted unanimously at its February meeting to approve a contract that will pay FHS $55,000 through the end of July. A decision will be made later whether the company and WCS continue their relationship into the next school year.
Foster-Horne said the process — and she emphasized the full process could take three to five years to see a difference — begins with three targets that FHS and the school district will work on side by side. The first happened Thursday as board members and the leadership team got to know each other, albeit through virtual means.
Submitted: Mar 30, 2021