Panelists praise four-day school week


Last updated 12/9/2021 at 11:47am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Wolf Point High School Activities Director Eric Peterson, from left, Wolf Point High School Principal Kim Hanks and Wolf Point High School Counselor Erin Loendorf listen in the Havre High School auditorium as Havre Public Schools Education Foundation Chair Kyle Leeds moderates a forum on a proposal to shift Havre schools to a four-day school week.

A panel of school teachers, staff and administrators spoke at Havre High School Wednesday night about their experiences implementing and working with a four-day school week, which Havre Public Schools is considering shifting to next year.

The group spent the majority of the time answering drafted questions that commonly come up during any given community's transition to a four-day week, but they did answer some followup questions from the audience afterward.

The schools represented on the panel included Wolf Point, Big Sandy, Glasgow and North Star all of which have shifted to a school sc...

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