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More than 50 parents and students came out to express concern over schedule changes at the high schools at Tuesday night's Bend La Pine School Board meeting. The Board is considering a seven period schedule, where students will meet in classes every day for a shorter period of time. School Board Member Nori Juba says he sees why they're considering it: “The argument for a seven period schedule it will allow high schools to keep class sizes virtually the same as this year. Because we're going to have staff reductions and if we do nothing classes will be larger than they currently do.” Superintendent Ron Wilkinson will make the final decision on whether to approve the seven-class schedule.  He's expected to make a decision in the next couple weeks.

 

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