Putting the pieces together

January 30, 2023


Preston Boysen

The halls of MCHS’s Upper Campus have been clearer since administration began a more concentrated effort to reduce cuts and wayward students, especially while “flexing” during blended classes.

It takes a while, but the student who cut classes before finally understands the purpose of attending class and the importance of learning in his high school career. While his grades fell as he had poor attendance in class, the student understands it’s never too late if he is willing to put the work in and show up. He works with his teachers and, with help from counselors at MCHS, the student gets the support to be able to get their grades back up and be back on track to finish out their classes — plus is gaining a lot more learning and connections out of his school experience.

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