Tight funds stall alternative D-158 school progress
HUNTLEY – District 158 students struggling in high school could be taken out of the traditional classroom and enrolled in a new program designed to give students specialized teaching and opportunities.
But the idea to create an alternative school for underachieving Huntley High School students may have to wait. District board members and administrators have struggled to figure out where they could include the $334,000 annual program in a tight budget that is dependent on unstable state funds.
“It was pricey to do it at a high level when we started looking at what our needs were,” said Mike Moan, the district’s chief academic officer. “I think everyone conceptually believes in it, but it’s a question of whether it is feasible to do it.”
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