JOYCE: Communication concerns prompt school discussion

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JOYCE — Nearly 30 residents turned out for a special meeting Thursday to voice concerns over an apparent communication problem in the Crescent School District.

School Board Chairwoman Liane McGarvie said the district is working through the School Improvement Committee to address those concerns.

“I hope we can try to work on a better way to communicate,” she said.

Crescent Principal Doug Kubalek, however, said residents should take issues up directly with school administrators.

The School Improvement Committee, established in December, could be a barrier isolating the board from the community, he said.

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