A special school board meeting was held Thursday evening at Mt. Zion to expel a student school officials "classified as dangerous."

The board entered into executive session to discuss the matter after which they voted unanimously for expulsion.

Superintendent Roger Propst recommended the male student be classified a dangerous student, and that he be expelled from Calhoun County Schools for a period of one year.

"Accordingly, the student will not be provided alternative education opportunities until another hearing is conducted within three months to reassess his status as a dangerous student and whether or not alternative education opportunities shall be provided," according to board minutes.

Future Board Meeting Dates:

October 12, 2009, Regular Meeting, 6:00 p.m., Calhoun Board of Education

November 9, 2009, Regular Meeting, 6:00 p.m., Calhoun Board of Education

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