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WCBOE holds panel discussion on block scheduling

No change at work session

Posted: Saturday, September 30, 2017 12:00 am

MONROE — Although no action was taken or even planned, the Walton County Board of Education took time Thursday to discuss the ramifications of any possible switch from block scheduling.

The board gathered for its monthly work session and brought the principals of all three high schools in the Walton County School District for a sprawling conversation on the advantages and disadvantages of both the block schedule and the conventional six-period day, as well as any hidden pitfalls that might come should the system ever switch.

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