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Falls City School District issues statement on 2nd Step decision
05/11/2022

(KLZA)-- A statement from the office of Falls City Public School Superintendent Tim Heckenlively was released Wednesday morning concerning the decision by the District 56 Board of Education to suspend the 2nd Step curriculum.

The statement says “Parental involvement has always been a crucial component in Falls City Public Schools. Monday evening, the Falls City Board of Education heard concerns from parents about the District's 2nd Step (SEL) curriculum. Upon hearing those concerns, the Board decided to suspend the 2nd Step (SEL) curriculum and allow the District's Curriculum Director time to research other curriculum options. The Board looks forward to continued discussions with parents and key stakeholders to help strengthen and solidify student learning at Falls City Public Schools.”

50 or more concerned District 56 patrons attended the Falls City School Board meeting Monday night with several expressing their concerns about the 2nd Step curriculum.

 

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