Other news incudes the announcement that Dunsmuir High School has been inviting schools from SUSHD to share in their events, which has had positive effects.

Mount Shasta Union School District trustee Gregg Gunkel was reelected as the board president and Jeff Berryman was elected as vice president at the board’s meeting last week at McCloud High School.

In a report by McCloud High School Principal Yolanda Sanchez-Alves, she said the school’s current enrollment is 28 students.

All MHS athletes with a grade of C or less are required to be tutored by teacher Tiffany Sutherland on Wednesdays, Sanchez-Alves said. Sutherland teaches English, film studies and creative writing.

Saturday school gives students an opportunity to recoup tardies and unexcused absences. They’re only allowed to have six of tardies or unexcused absences a year.

Digital and media art instructor Cameron Bowers is having students produce their own portraits for the school’s yearbook, said Sanchez-Alves.

Other news incudes the announcement that Dunsmuir High School has been inviting schools from SUSHD to share in their events, which has had positive effects.

The schools are having transportation problems when traveling to compete in sports. They are lining up charter buses but it is hard to find trained bus drivers because the salary is low.

Performance task assessments are given to students four times a year and will now be broken down by grade level.

Chief Business Official Sarah Applegate reported that districtwide enrollment for the 2019-2020 year is lower than projected. SUHSD schools include McCloud, Mount Shasta, Weed, and Happy Camp high schools.

The ADA based on decline of students will not change small school funding, Applegate said. The Federal allocation decreased in K12 Strong Workforce grants.