WAHS Leadership Program Facing Cuts?

The Albemarle County School budget seems to face budget deficits every year; this year is no exception. What are the other cuts at Western that are likely or being proposed?

Now I’m curious – what else is being cut at WAHS next year? It seems Leadership is one of those programs that should be kept, nurtured and grown rather than cut.

“The Western Albemarle High School Leadership program is facing a major cut from the WAHS administration. Currently, the administration is proposing that the program be cut from three classes to two. This means that there will be one “early bird” class and one class during the regular day, and both classes will have about 30 students. The proposal would result in the elimination of one regular day class.”

Update: Pay attention, folks.

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One Reply to “WAHS Leadership Program Facing Cuts?”

  1. I don’t think this has anything to do with budget but lots to do with agenda of new principal. I am against it – it’s an area WAHS has had success don’t kill this great program or severely limit it. I hear the rejection rate will be close to 85% for incoming applications from Henley due to space cuts.

    Please contact Pam Moran if you agree.

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