Board approves new study hall for struggling students


This fall, freshmen and sophomores at Havre High School who struggle in school will attend a mandatory study hall at the end of the school day.

The Havre school board approved the new program Tuesday night after a presentation by Havre High principal Jim Donovan and assistant principal Jerry Vandersloot.

"It's not looked at as a punishment; it's not meant to be bad," Donovan told the board.

"We don't want to fight parents either," he said, adding that parents can sign a form to keep their children out of the sessions.

The program would require students who are failing three classes or more...

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