Divide County’s school superintendent is calling for a crackdown on excessive tardiness and absenteeism among students at the high school. Sherlock Hirning said nearly one-quarter of students have been late more than three times to any of their classes in just the current grading period that began two months ago. “In my opinion, it’s getting worse,” Hirning said Thursday at […]
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