School Board learns of 60 graduating seniors plans


La Conner School Board members dealt with topics from A to Z during their two-hour hybrid meeting May 23.

During public comments, a series of speakers stressed the value of preschool instruction being accessible to all children. They said it helps build a lifetime foundation of academic and social-emotional skills and that a district program will make sure children unable to attend private preschools not “fall through the cracks.” Members said they will consider it.

Counselor Lori Buher reported that 24 seniors plan to attend four-year public colleges or universities, with seven committed to W...

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