Families weigh in on first year at Four Rivers Charter

By John L. Braese

The Enterprise

ONTARIO – The Four Rivers Community School recently finished its first year as an Oregon high school in a controversial expansion that is still roiling the education community.

Daniella Martinez goes on to be a sophomore next year, on track to be pat of the first graduating class in Four Rivers’ history. The school teaches classes in both English and Spanish to make students proficient in both.

Martinez has attended . . .

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