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EAGLE OPPORTUNITY: WCCS ponders alternative students’ program

May 14, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — An alternative program for challenged students could be in the future for the Whitley County Consolidated School (WCCS) district.

Columbia City High School Principal Jennifer Reiff and Indian Springs Middle School Principal Jan Boylen discussed with schools’ board of trustees the possibility of Eagle Opportunity to Success — a program aimed at alternative paths for students.

There are several primary goals for the program, they said.
Among them are increasing graduation among eligible seniors and decreasing the number of expulsions in grades 6 to 12.

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