Batavia parents voice concerns on Hoover-Wood Elementary School program
BATAVIA – A group of parents whose children attend Hoover-Wood Elementary School are calling on school officials to make changes to the newly enacted program for students with behavioral and social-emotional challenges.
The Social-Emotional Academic Learning program – or SEAL – which started at Hoover-Wood at the beginning of the school year, is designed to provide instruction to students with behavioral and emotional issues. Several parents attended Tuesday’s Batavia School District 101 board meeting to voice their concerns about the program.
“I am not sure if Hoover-Wood is the proper venue for this,” Hoover-Wood parent Carol Cadle told school board members. Cadle has five children who attend the school.
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