Reclassification shuffles the deck for area schools
Every two, and four years in the state of Washington there is lobbying, nervous pacing and the accompanying disappointment that comes with not winning the day.
And this has nothing to do with elections and politics.
When reclassification time rolls around for the state’s high schools, there’s plenty at stake. And like what takes place at the ballot box, what is decided can have some lasting ramifications.
The newest round of reclassification is now set and will carry schools in the state through the 2016 school year when numbers will be crunched again and some adjustments can take place...
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