During Edwards County school board’s annual goal-setting meeting, the board homed in on one goal that will bolster the school’s class offerings.

“All of the goals that we set from our previous goal-setting meeting have been met, with one exception: bringing back classes to Edwards County schools that have been cut due to financial reasons,” said Superintendent David Cowger.

Cowger explained that the school is in the process of doing that.

“This year we’re bringing back the automotive class, and we’ll be trying to bring back some others.”

According to Cowger, the automotive class was being offered during spring registration as class to opt into for this school year.

Board member Brian Mewes was pleased to hear that the school intends to offer more vocational programs for the students.

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