The Ohio Hi-Point Career Center Board of Education took action during its regular meeting Wednesday to approve a waiver of 16 instructional hours.
The Ohio Department of Education allowed the instructional hours waiver because of weather-related conditions and partner district delays and closings.
Satellite Director Debbie Wortman updated the board on partnerships with home schools to expand satellite offerings to students. Manufacturing will be offered at Bellefontaine City Schools and Allied Health and Nursing, Information Technology and Manufacturing will be offered at Kenton City Schools.
Currently, there are more than 1,500 students enrolled in satellite programs.
The board accepted the resignation of satellite instructor Laura E. McCabe, effective June 30, for personal reasons.
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