School Superintendent's poll results on how to make-up missed days
The following are the poll results from Grayson County School Superintendent's Barry Anderson's proposals on how to make up the eight missed school days, along with a statement from Anderson:
"Here are the final results from our make-up days proposals. I am going to recommend something to the school board members tonight (at the School Board meeting), while at the same time watching the legislation that is progressing through the general assembly concerning waiver requests."
Proposal A -- Add all eight (missed) days to the end of the (school) calendar. This proposal would make June 5th the last day for students, and high school graduation could occur on June 7th or 8th. This option would allow us one day for additional make-ups if we miss any more days. If we miss more than one additional day, we would make-up days on Memorial Day or a Saturday.
Proposal A votes -- 726
Proposal A percentage of vote -- 40.8
Proposal B -- This option would make May 30th the last day for students and the high school graduation could occur that weekend. In this option, the first three days of spring break (March 31st, April 1st & April 2nd) would be converted to make-up days. We would attend school on one Saturday (date to be determined) and we would make up days on May 27th, 28th, 29th, and 30th. The only margin for error with this proposal would be to add another Saturday[s] if we miss additional days.
Proposal B votes -- 1,054
Proposal B percentage of vote -- 59.2