No early end to school year for Manchester students
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School officials confirmed Monday Manchester students won’t be joining kids across the state who are getting out of school earlier than anticipated thanks to remote learning.
School districts in New Hampshire are required to complete 990 hours of instructional time in a school year. Districts across the state began announcing weeks ago they would be ending the 2019-2020 school year sooner than expected — some as early as this Friday, May 15 — citing the “stress’ brought on by remote learning.