Photo by Pam Dudding-Burch
Sue Bostic (blue shirt), a citizen and parent from Craig County, presenting an idea to the Board concerning students applying for student grants for colleges or trade schools.

Pam Dudding-Burch
Contributing writer

School is out for summer! However, the Craig County School Board is not. Board members continue to tweak the budget, apply for grants for the upcoming school year and come up with other creative ideas to help make Craig Schools the best they can.

Amongst the reading and future approvals of policy updates and approvals of the 2018-2019 Federal Title Grants, many decisions will continue to be made.

Superintendent Jeanette Warwick and the administration believes that adding an Intervention Coordinator to work with students through the seventh grade would be an excellent decision as Gerri VanDyke is not only principal but also the Special Education Director in which three quarters could be funded out of Title I.

“This would give us a position to focus on our students who are in need of intervention,” Warwick said. “We want to make sure we are reaching our kids who need this before the end of the year, and we know by…

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