The Granada Huntley East Chain School Board on Thursday heard from Superintendent Doug Storbeck, who reported that enrollment is up significantly this year.
Storbeck said they have 323 students in grades K-12, which is up about 10% from last year. Last school year, the District had 293 students in grades K-12.
Storbeck briefly discussed the possibility of expanding the school’s ag program and possibly other “careers in technical education” offerings due to the increase in students.
He shared that this year they plan to have students establish a technology goal as well a classroom goal, which would be largely under the direction of Keri Murphy, who has transitioned into the new role of Director of Curriculum and Instruction.