By Tim Kowols
Algoma School District hopes its new schedules being worked on for next year will be able to accommodate the changing interests and activities of its students. Mentoring programs, Live Algoma activities, and its transformational schools network coursework has students experiencing new opportunities, but not necessarily the time to do them. Algoma School District Superintendent Nick Cochart hopes to find a balance between giving kids the time they need without straying too far from the norm.
Cochart says all-day 4-K classes are also among the changes being discussed for the new school year.