Glenna Boston, vice chairwoman of Kestrel Heights’ board and the parent of a fifth-grader at the school, talks to reporters Thursday, shortly after the State Board of Education upheld its decision to order Kestrel’s high school to close.
Glenna Boston, vice chairwoman of Kestrel Heights’ board and the parent of a fifth-grader at the school, talks to reporters Thursday, shortly after the State Board of Education upheld its decision to order Kestrel’s high school to close. Gregory Childress The Herald-Sun
Glenna Boston, vice chairwoman of Kestrel Heights’ board and the parent of a fifth-grader at the school, talks to reporters Thursday, shortly after the State Board of Education upheld its decision to order Kestrel’s high school to close. Gregory Childress The Herald-Sun