Parents with students at Lakota Schools could see changes next year

Parents with students at Lakota Schools could see changes next year
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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Parents with students at Lakota Schools could see some changes next year.

In a letter sent out Friday evening, the superintendent says:

  • Heritage and Hopewell elementary schools will switch to kindergarten through second grade only
  • The current second through fifth-grade students will be switched to other schools in the district

Superintendent Matthew Miller says the changes are being made are so full-day kindergarten programs can be offered to more students.

You can read the full letter below:

Although much more was discussed and may be explored in the future, three specific topics around our students' educational experiences emerged consistently during these meetings. They include the need for all-day kindergarten, daily specials for grades kindergarten-through-six and increased access to consistent technology in the classroom.

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