Options for new Dover-Wardsboro district shared

Windham Central Supervisory Union superintendent Bill Anton, center, presents a slide show with possible options for the new River Valleys district at Monday’s meeting. Lauren Harkawik

DOVER - At Monday’s River Valleys Unified Union School District Board meeting, Windham Central Supervisory Union superintendent Bill Anton shared his initial suggestions for how the new Act 46-compliant school district, comprising Dover and Wardsboro, could run when it becomes operational on July 1, 2019. One of the suggestions included ending instruction in Wardsboro after second grade.

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