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BURNET — House Bill 3 recently adopted by the Legislature does not require Health Education for high school graduation, according to Burnet High School Principal Craig Spinn.

“But we are still required to offer Health Education,” Spinn told the Burnet Consolidated Independent School District board during the regular meeting Monday.

“It is a kind of funny catch-22,” Spinn added.

During future months, the high school may find it “problematic in practical terms” to offer Health Education classes to students because they might “mess up schedules” for other classes, Spinn added.