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Pictured, from left, are state mentor Steve Wotring, Upshur Schools Superintendent Christy Miller and Board of Education Vice President Jan Craig. (Photo by Katie Kuba)

Upshur Schools will attempt to combat ‘chronic absenteeism’ rate with new support mechanisms as 2024-2025 year starts

TENNERTON – Upshur County Schools’ chronic absenteeism rate is 22.95 percent, the superintendent told board of education members last week. However, Central Office administrators say they plan to put measures into place before the start of the 2024-2025 school year […]

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