An informational meeting about a new program at Mountain Home schools to help high school drop outs obtain their diploma will be held Wednesday evening. The Mountain Home School Board voted Thursday night to adopt the program titled “Second Chance: Drop-Out Recovery.”
The program would help students ages 18-21 who have dropped out of school gain their high school diploma and allow students in the program to continue to be part of the workforce while they work towards their diploma.
The meeting will be held from 6 until 9 at Guy Berry College and Career Academy.
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