Even as students and teachers in the district were coming to grips with online classes for the rest of the year, the Hubbard-Radcliffe School Board spent much of its regular April meeting talking about what its preschool will look like in the future. What that will look like may be decided at the May meeting.
“We’ve been going through preschool desk audits the last couple years and there’s been a huge focus on preschools,” said H-R Superintendent Dr. Adam Zellmer. “We’re doing a lot of things really well, but there’s a couple things best-practice wise that we’re not doing. So I think we want to explore that and what it might look like next year.”