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Vargas to Move Students from School No. 9 to Charlotte

By Staff

 

school9Rochester City School District Superintendent Bolgen Vargas has announced he will move the Boy’s Leadership Academy at School No. 9 to Charlotte High School, due to School No. 9 students’ poor rates of achievement.

Vargas said the district plans to move the 46 seventh and eighth graders in the program from School 9 to Charlotte, in order to prevent the state from stepping in.

In addition, Burnice Green, assistant principal at School No. 9, and the administrator who created the program, will move with the students to the Charlotte campus.

However, School No. 9’s principal, Sharon Jackson, has reportedly been let go.

“I am deeply committed to the success of School 9,” Vargas stated. “I believe this decision is in the best interests of all the students, families, and staff members. Working together, we can remove our schools from receivership lists, and turn them in to models of successful change.”

Several students’ parents have reportedly expressed concern over moving the kids to the new campus; however, Vargas said he plans to continue an ongoing dialogue with parents, until the move is complete.