CENTRAL FALLSâ€”The Central Falls Schools Superintendent has come up with a proposal that she said would integrate special education classes across all grade levels while better accommodating the school district's increasing primary school population.
Schools Superintendent Frances Gallo first outlined the plan at the March 11 School Board meeting. Under the restructuring, Central Falls High School, now housing students in grades 9 to 11, would also take on grades 7 and 8. This would bring the size of the entire student body to 935. Read the full version of this story in Wednesday's newspaper.