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Sept. 28, 2020Hopkins, Mo. | By: Jeremy Werner
HOPKINS, Mo. - The North Nodaway Board of Education recently approved some new testing plans.
Superintendent Chris Turpin told KXCV/KRNW that the district will pay for one of the two tests and are also encouraging students to take dual credit courses.
The Board will reimburse students up to $600 if they maintain an 'A' or 'B' in their classes during their junior or senior year.
Students will also be taking the Missouri Leap Assessment, which will allow teachers and staff to assess students on what they learned during the pandemic.