The District 833 School Board will meet at 6 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 18, to hear comments from the public about a proposal to change high schools next year from four-period days with semesters to six-period days with trimesters.
Starting this fall, District 833’s high schools will give students who take advanced classes grades 20 percent higher than they could earn in traditional classes if a proposal is approved by the school board Aug. 21.
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