Bryan School Board Asked to Move Hammond-Oliver ProgramsFeatured Stories, News Thursday, November 8th, 2012
Since 1993, the Bryan school district has used a former hospital building to house the Hammond-Oliver High School for Human Sciences.
At this week’s school board meeting, Superintendent Tommy Wallis recommended moving the program to Bryan High School.
Wallis says Hammond-Oliver would be located on the Bryan High blue campus, and the vacated space could potentially be used to move the Mary Catherine Harris school for at-risk students.
Wallis and board vice-president Doug Wunneburger discussed staff concerns that this means the end of their specialized curriculum.
Wunneburger addressed staff comparisons to the district’s former “TECH” academy.
The board will consider final action after there are cost estimates for the move.
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