LIVERMORE FALLS — The future of the Adult and Community Education program for Regional School Unit 73 is uncertain, Superintendent Kenneth Healey told the school board Thursday night.

“Our options are to continue to fund the program as best we can and see what develops, or contact other adult education programs,” he said.

No one has applied to direct the program since Eileen Miazga resigned a couple of months ago. Wendy Moreau, an assistant principal, is serving as interim director.

“Wendy has been exploring a bare-bones adult education program,” Healey said, “or using someone else’s adult education program.”

He said it is difficult for him to support the current program, which sometimes showed an unusually high price for teaching only a couple of students. In addition to people from the community, Healey said several Spruce Mountain High School students also attend adult education classes. Jay, Livermore and Livermore Falls each pay $40,000 per year for the program.

Also Thursday, high school Principal T.J. Plourde reported he set up counseling for students involved in sexting — sending sexually explicit messages — during the past week.

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