- Category: General Interest
- Published: Friday, June 15 2012 08:36
- Written by Carina A. Brunson
LA JOYA – The La Joya Independent School District school board discussed retention and graduation of students on June 11. School board members were given numbers from a cohort group of freshmen students at each high school from 2008-2009 and what their status was as of May 31.
The question board members wanted answered was how to get the students to stay in school and see them walk across the stage accepting their diplomas.
Assistant Superintendent for Student Services Adriana Villarreal told the board they are identifying needs and target areas where more work needs to be done to keep these students in school and help them graduate.