BRAWLEY — The senior projects appeal process will be a topic of discussion when the Brawley Union High School District board meets on Wednesday.
The meeting will start at 6 p.m. in room 38 at the school.
District Superintendent Garth Isom said the senior projects are on the agenda as an information item to update the school board and community on the steps that can be taken to appeal when there is a problem with a students senior project. He said no action will be taken on the item.
The item was requested by board President Rodney Arterberry during the board's last meeting, at which senior projects became the focus of a three-hour discussion. While no action was taken, the majority of board members voiced support for the program. However, there was talk that the program is reviewed each year and changes can be made if deemed necessary.