Look at year-round school goes forward
HUNTINGTON -- Cabell County Schools' officials are ready to start having meetings with parents, daycare providers, Marshall University leaders and other groups to gather feedback on moving toward a year-round calendar.
That's the next step following a presentation of a draft calendar at Tuesday's board of education meeting. Jeff Smith, director of assessment and curriculum, said the draft for the 2014-15 school year is not final but represents a preview of what a balanced school year would look like.
The draft calendar includes four 45-day quarters, five weeks of summer break and three intersessions that would include five days of student enrichment, credit recovery and tutoring.
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