Kavanaugh said that while the benchmark number for enrollment is five per class, he said they do allow four at time. He said getting kids to take summer school classes that they fail during the year is a win-win situation for everyone.
"If these students go back into the mix in the fall, it will often boost a class of 25 to 30, which we want to avoid," said Kavanaugh.
The board also discussed its need to increase the availability of its driver's education program. Roselli said they had to turn away students this year because they were unable to find an additional driving instructor for a third session. Roselli said instructors are very scarce in New York state. The board is looking into the possibility of outsourcing to a driving school for next summer.""