Williams Lake faced with possible school closures

Some parents in the Cariboo are fighting to save the schools their kids attend.

The school district is considering a plan to shut down three elementary schools in Williams lake, and an elementary and junior secondary in the 100 Mile House area.
   
First, we hear from a concerned parent. Then host Shelley Joyce interviews Mark Thiessen. He is the superintendent of the Cariboo Chilcotin School district. 
 
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