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Gibraltar looks to waive service requirement

The same reason why Gibraltar Area Schools have not been able to attend classes in-person could eliminate a graduation requirement for its senior class. The Gibraltar Area Schools Board will meet on Monday to discuss potentially waiving the requirement of 30 community service hours in order to graduate. In addition to possible health concerns, the pandemic has dried out many of the opportunities available to students. Superintendent Tina Van Meer says the decision is based on keeping things equitable for all students.

The school board will also weigh in on what the winter sports season could look like for its athletes with its threshold level plan in mind as well as potentially postponing a student trip to Spain next summer when it meets on Monday at 7 p.m.


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