The committee designated to implement the dissolution of the Corwith-Wesley Community school District met Last night to discuss procedures on dividing up the district among the surrounding school districts. The process was initiated when the district felt it had too few students to work with.
Area school districts are taking notice of the meeting tonight, among them is West Hancock Superintendent Wayne Kronemann:
Kronemann says that students have already begun to filter into his district in expectation of the dissolution of the Corwith-Wesley School District:
Both West Hancock and Corwith Wesley tried to have a grade sharing program installed, but according to Kromemann, it was not successful. However, other aspects were: