By Mitch Lehman
San Marino Superintendent Alex Cherniss on Tuesday evening revealed a comprehensive mid-year assessment that highlighted three major topics for the 2014-15 school year and beyond.
Cherniss – who was hired last year to replace the retiring Loren Kleinrock – outlined a plan that emphasized instructional programs, a facilities master plan and in-house teacher training.
“I have evaluated where we are, what we are teaching and how we use technology to support our curriculum,” Cherniss said.
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