Not all high school seniors will attend college. Some elect not to learn a trade at Wayne-Finger Lakes Board of Cooperative Educational Services.
However, many of those same students want jobs with local businesses and industries after they graduate — and the Waterloo school board is exploring the possibility of creating a position to further that objective.
The Board of Education will discuss the feasibility of creating a school-to-work coordinator position at the high school for 2019-20. That person would be tasked with guiding graduating seniors into the local workforce to meet a demand.
In another personnel matter on Monday’s meeting agenda, the board will debate whether to add a half-time high school art teacher.
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