School board hears deep concerns on a class


It’s hard for a child to learn in a classroom if other students are being disruptive, even violent.

A conversation about this took place at the Grand Coulee Dam School District Board of Directors’ meeting April 22.

Clarissa Cawston addressed the board, bringing up behavioral issues in her daughter’s second-grade class, where she began volunteering daily after noticing her daughter’s grades slipping.

“She has one kid over here chucking stuff across the room, one kid over here just non-stop talking, one kid over here who will just walk out — and you don’t know where they go,...

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