District 1 personnel committee discusses class size

Even after Williston built a new school to deal with growth, classes are overcrowded again.

How crowded? Superintendent Michael Campbell had a joke to describe how many students are in the district.

“We’re hanging them on hooks as they walk down the hallway,” he said.

Not quite. But Campbell said things are getting to the point where schools may once again have to hold classes in the hallway to deal with the growing number of students.

And the school district will have to hire more teachers. The district’s personnel committee met Wednesday night to discuss classroom space and how many teachers will be needed.

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Posted: January 12, 2018

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