Centennial's school board is planning to draft a new "Philosophy of Education," and the prospect has some parents worried.
About 50 parents attended Tuesday's board meeting to voice their concern that the board's new philosophy would eliminate special academic programs in an effort to educate all children equally.
Centennial has been discussing rewriting its philosophy for several years, William Tennent High School Principal Kenneth D. Kastle has said.
A final revision could be years away, board members said Tuesday.
Parents told the board that they particularly did not want changes on the high school level that would affect the Advanced Placement and honors programs.