The third alternative would be a 166 day school year, adding 8 minutes to each day. The new plans would get rid of half-days which school leaders say aren't the most productive for students.
"We've seen that there's a lot of advantages both shortening the school week and also there can be some disadvantages so we wanted that input from our community and our staff," says Jeff Jones, Jasper High School Principal.
School officials plan to send a survey of the different options to parents. If a switch is made, it would go into effect next school year.