Parents give District 833 'B' for student achievement, want more technology
Local residents attending the first of three School District 833 community meetings gave the district a 'B' for its efforts to improve student performance.
The 60 people who turned out for the meeting Wednesday at Park High School agreed that student achievement is the most important task for the district. Of those who attended, 75 percent identified themselves as parents.
"I can see there is room for improvement," Superintendent Mark Porter said of the 'B' grade.