HOWARD — Calamity days and their effect on school calendars was one topic discussed by the East Knox school board on Wednesday.



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One Response to “EK board discusses calamity days”

  1. Mary

    I find it interesting that East Knox states that their revenue is down and one reason is the decrease in open enrollment. My son went to school there since elementary, when he started high school we had to move, he was open enrolled from his freshman year to his junior year. When he was ready to start his senior year suddenly East Knox denied his open enrollment because of “budget cuts”. He passed all of his OGT on his first attempt and after that East Knox let him “fall through the cracks”. He made their school look good and after that they did not have any use for him. I went to EK and alot of my family did too, this school has went downhill since then due to the administration having their own agenda and not the best interest of the kids as a priority!