Noble school superintendent Frank Solomon tells The Journal Record ("For some schools, four is the new five") that the four-day school week has worked well for his district.
Coyle superintendent Josh Sumrall is even more emphatic. "We love it here, all of the parents and community. There's literally not one person that's come into my office or sent a letter saying it doesn't work for them. ... Parents have told me, 'Don't take this from us.'"
"I know it's not for every district in the state, but we really like it," Sumrall says. "If we can make this work, leave us alone and let us do it."