The Slater Board of Education decided at this week’s meeting not to hold credit recovery summer school. Click to hear KMZU’s Sarah Scott speak with Superintendent Terry Lorenz:
Attendance recovery will still be an option. Lorenz says the decision was made mainly because enrollment in credit recovery summer school has been very low in past years, and no interest has been expressed this year. Although the cost savings did not play into the Board’s decision, Lorenz points out that it from five to seven students per subject to break even on summer school.
Any Slater students who do need to take credit recovery classes will be able to do so online or go to other districts.