The appellant seeks reversal of a decision made by the Mar-Mac Community School District regarding a change in the school schedule from an "eight-period floater" to a seven-period schedule, and also the effective date of this change.
The district's floater system was such that eight regular classes would meet seven times in eight days. The superintendent was concerned about the disadvantages of this schedule and made a recommendation to the board to adopt the traditional seven-period scheduled. After much discussion among district patrons, administrators, and board members, the recommendation was approved.
The appellant is challenging the wisdom of the decision; however, she did not show adequate justification for it to be overruled.
The local board's decision is affirmed.