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Braham school board approves Flight 707 plan

The Braham Area School Board approved the Flight 707 plan during their meeting on Tuesday night. School will start an hour later at 9 a.m. on Mondays beginning next school year, according to superintendent Ken Gagner.


Teachers will start Mondays at 7:07 a.m. and will be able to get two hours of work in before students arrive. Gagner said investing in the district’s teachers is a fundamental part of the plan, especially with a shortage of educators and learning loss from the COVID-19 pandemic.


The extra time on Monday mornings will give teachers and educational leaders a chance to collaborate and put together a plan for the week ahead.


Gagner also said the Flight 707 plan has been approved for the next two school years.


Braham’s BASK child care program will still be open starting at 6:30 a.m., and will start a free program on Mondays called Flight 707 Care, where parents can drop elementary students off at 7:30.



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