She maintains Pinkerton is a great value.
“We recognize our fiduciary responsibility to residents of our partner school districts, as well as our academic commitment to students,” Anderson said.
All sending towns are anticipating fewer students going to Pinkerton next year, with the exception of Chester, which expects to send 10 more.
Derry is expected to send 93 fewer students next year and Hampstead could send 15 fewer.
Auburn will send about 236 students to Pinkerton next fall as the fourth official contracted town.
“The trustees of Pinkerton look to balance the needs of taxpayers and students,” school treasurer James Mulrennen said. “Our cost per student is low when compared to the state average, yet we do our utmost to mantain curriculum and facilities that deliver choice and a continued high quality education.”