Mayor Ted Gatsas(Hour 3b) Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas wasn’t mincing words this morning in his assessment of the current contract negotiations with Hooksett.  He criticized Superintendent Charles Littlefield for his decision to hold a lottery at Cawley Middle School for students wanting to attend Bow High School.

A process he believes in unfair for kids that age.

Read more in the On Air News Read

Gatsas also clarified the apparent communications problem between the Hooksett and Manchester School Boards.  Are Hooksett School Board members not receiving correspondence?  What is Manchester asking for?

Gatsas also commented on MHT Middle Schools, classroom leveling, redistricting, student ID’s and “fair contracts” for MHT teachers.  We got the latest news on the Jr. STEAM Ahead and STEAM Ahead NH programs.

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