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June 5, 2010 in Washington Voices

“I didn’t think it was right,” explained U-Hi Principal Daryl Hart, when he talked about students taking their high school proficiency exams in the spring, when at least a third of them wouldn’t be taking math or science because of the current four-period day.

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U-Hi ASB president-elect Ryan Linehan and English/debate teacher David Smith would prefer to remain on a four-period, three-semester system. Starting this fall, the high school will revert back to the six-period, two-semester system.bartr@spokesman.com