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Nekoosa Academy task force to study best practices for alternative schools

6:21 PM, Sep. 30, 2013
In this Daily Tribune Media file photo, Shelby McCrossen, 17, from left, and Ann Lepak, Nekoosa Academy teacher, discuss an item to be placed in a 'Backpacks for Kids' meal pack, as Courtney Brixius, 17, and Ben Lamb, 17, fill other packs.
In this Daily Tribune Media file photo, Shelby McCrossen, 17, from left, and Ann Lepak, Nekoosa Academy teacher, discuss an item to be placed in a 'Backpacks for Kids' meal pack, as Courtney Brixius, 17, and Ben Lamb, 17, fill other packs.
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A newly created community task force is looking at the way the Nekoosa School District serves its alternative students in an attempt to make a recommendation about the future location of the Nekoosa Academy.

The Academy Taskforce kicked things off last week, meeting to begin the discussion about how the district can better serve the students who don't learn as well in a traditional environment. Although the end result likely will include a recommendation to the School Board about the future of the alternative school, the scope of the group should be more comprehensive, said Clint Rogers, ...

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