White County school corporations join an alternative school program
by Brittany Tyner
The fourth and final school corporation in White County is joining an alternative school program. The program aims to help at-risk students receive credits to get their high school diploma. It’s all an effort to help students enter the workforce with some skills. The faith-based program is called the Crossing and is slated to open this fall.
Members from the Frontier School Board voted to take part in the program Tuesday night. They joined the Tri-County, North White and Twin Lakes School corporations. Frontier Superintendent Cathy Rowe said the school will need 35 students total to get the program off the ground. She said each school will see how many students in their system could benefit from the program…
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