An audience of six listened to their school board revisit adopting a four-day school week.
They discussed the recent four-day school week survey, of which of the district’s 260 families, of which 179 families responded. R-V Superintendent Geoff Neill said results indicated said responses indicate staff and students are “overwhelming for it.” The overall response rate he said was 70 percent. “That’s huge, we won’t get that for voter turnout.”
He said 117 of the participating families said they were in favor of the four-day school week, 27 families said they were against, 32 wanted more information.
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