General Brown Looks To Restore Physics Class

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It looks like the General Brown Central School District will offer a class in physics after all.

A candidate has come forward for the part-time teaching position, according to Superintendent Cammy Morrison.

Morrison said the candidate is Clarence Bockus, an adjunct professor at Jefferson Community College.

She said the school board will vote on hiring Bockus during its meeting Monday evening.

If he's approved, Bockus will teach one class and one lab during the 2013 - 2014 school year.

Around 30 students are expected to attend his class.

Morrison said she hopes Bockus will be able to start as early as next Wednesday.

This would restore physics at General Brown.

Due to budget issues, the district had to cut the physics teacher's hours from full-time to part-time.

Morrison said the teacher resigned and the district was unable to find a replacement, at least until now.

 

Thursday, August 21, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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