Two years into the pandemic, CHOICE High School is in “a bit of an uphill battle,” Principal Stacey Anderson told the Shelton School Board.
“This has been the toughest year for me and my staff and for the kids, harder than last year by far,” Anderson said as she presented the school’s improvement plan Feb. 23. “We’ve had more fights this year than any year I have been principal.”
Those conflicts prompted the school last week to begin limiting one student at a time in the restrooms.
Anderson also delivered encouraging news to the board, and strategies to better help students...