Thursday, October 11, 2007

Access a concern at Brick classroom

Michael Morton reports on the Brick Task Force meeting last night.

For years, students with health issues or disabilities have been steered away from the town's one-room Red Brick School and into its parent elementary school, Davis Thayer, a move parents have agreed is in their children's best interest.

But at a meeting last night, Brick School Task Force member Kevin Walsh asked what would happen if a parent pushed to enroll their child at the historic schoolhouse, which lacks a nurse, special education staff, and access for the physically disabled.

Hmm, what if someone really, really wanted to go?

Read the full article in today's Milford Daily News