New Hampshire high school students will be guaranteed a voice on local school boards under a revised law. The law (RSA 189:1-c) was changed earlier this year and requires school boards to have at least one non-voting student member from each public high school in the district. The law does not apply to school districts without high schools. It takes effect on Jan. 1, 2023.
- Board members say that withdrawing the litigation would only result in the state suing the town
- The Planning Commission is starting from scratch