Cedar sets graduation, attendance goals


Gordon Weeks

Cedar High School students, from left, Miles Brownell, Caleb Lanning and Josie Holmgren on Monday shoot photographs of Oreos and milk to create an ad in their photography class.

Two-year-old Cedar High School, in the middle of its first school year on the Olympic College Shelton campus, has set attendance and graduation goals for its 100 students.

Cedar High Principal Amber Hosford detailed the school's improvement plan at the Shelton School Board's Feb. 23 meeting. By the end of the school year in June, the school seeks to have at least 70% of current seniors graduate.

After debuting all online in the fall of 2020 from the CHOICE High School building, Cedar High teachers are playing catch up, Hosford said.

"We have lots of learning gaps because of the pandemic," s...

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