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The larger high school is 10 - 12th grades. You couldn't fit another student
in there with a shoehorn. People new to town mistake it for the university,
because it is a bunch of separate buildings. I don't know if it was open
concept when it was built or if they just subdivided the classrooms, but
they are little bitty and closterphobic(sp). I literally ran out, when I
finished my teaching exams. Parents on the other side of town asked for the
6th graders to be moved to elementary. I think it is a first quite first
step to line the schools up with the same grades in the same school types,
then redraw the school lines to redistribute the population more evenly.
(One high school is barely 4A the other is a super 5A (or what ever they are
calling the extremely large 5A's now in Texas. For those of you not in Texas
HS are classified according to size and you don't want to move down the
scale - that would effect the ALL MIGHTY FOOTBALL SCHEDUAL.)
Kimberly Herbert (kimberly)
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts/Children's Art Museum
From: Rick [rlarson]
Sent: Wednesday, April 19, 2000 8:13 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: Jr. High vs Middle School- what's the diff?
Kimberly Herbert wrote:
> One is 6, 7, 8 the other is 7, 8 or 7, 8, 9 our schools use JH to discribe
> schools on both sides of town (3/4 are 7, 8, 9 1/4 is now 7, 8 they used
> be 6,7,8 because 50 years ago they were two different districts).
did they do away with the 6,7,8? We are just trying to move the 6th graders
into the middle schools- No room yet. Betsy
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