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Charter school board reverses decision on Beehive Academy

Charter school board reverses decision on Beehive Academy



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HOLLADAY -- A charter school in Holladay that was supposed to be closed this year will stay open after all.

The Utah Charter School Board voted in April to revoke the charter for Beehive Science and Technology Academy because of poor financial management.

The school's administrators argued the decision was based on old reports and asked for an opportunity to provide updated information. The board agreed Thursday to put Beehive Academy on probation.

A meeting to discuss exact terms of the probation is scheduled for July 15.

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