Non-traditional students who work during the day but still want to attend high school may do so this year at Slaton High School.
The Slaton ISD school board approved submitting an application to add an Optional Flexible School Day Program (OFSPD) to the high school.
“It’s designed for students who need an alternative time for a number of reasons,” said Asst. Supt. Jim Andrus. “They gain credits for graduating and it’s taught by a certified teacher.”
Andrus said the district had no students the previous year but that the district would be reaching out to students.
“We want to make this an option and make sure they know about it,” said Supt. Julee Becker.
See more in this week’s edition of The Slatonite.