District works to improve Regents test results


PINE PLAINS— Stissing Mountain Middle/High School Principal Tara Grieb brought the 2017 Regents exams results to the Pine Plains Central School District Board of Education’s attention on Wednesday, Feb. 14, and proposed a few initiatives to improve results.

Grieb spoke of students’ strengths and weaknesses and what the school district is doing to address the challenges.

She said students enrolled in a New York state high school are required to pass five core exams in order to graduate.

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