Interim principal Matt Ladd presented the council with a tentative schedule and stressed that it was still a work in progress. Member Becky Ginn said that 30 students were scheduled to be in her senior English class, which she said was too many. She said she would prefer the number to go down because she didn’t want to see the seniors stop making gains that they had recently. She also said that Janay Futrell, a guidance counselor, had told her the math classes were bad when it comes to class size and that science was worse.
Council member Donna Kranz said she hoped any problems could be fixed before July 15, which she said is the last date for letting teachers know what their schedule will be. She asked if anyone knew of any retired teachers who might be willing to teach classes, which could help with the class size problem. Ladd said he thought it was a good idea to try to recruit from other schools.
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