Originally posted on EdNewsColorado, June, 21, 2012. Copyright © EdNewsColorado.org
Read here. Written by Nancy Mitchell.
Under the terms of the compromise, a small group of North High and West Denver Prep parents and school leaders will have a little over two months to identify alternate locations for the charter high school in Northwest Denver.
That could include currently occupied schools, and the resolution specifies “Any proposal for an alternate location must gain support from any impacted school or community.”
If group members are unable to agree on an alternative, the high school charter will locate in a separate building on the North campus. A West Denver Prep middle school charter currently in that building will move to the former Remington Elementary.
Approval of the resolution prompted hearty handshakes and relieved smiles between leaders of Choose North Now or CNN, the community group that opposed the co-location of the charter high school at North, and West Denver Prep founder and CEO Chris Gibbons. ...
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