School district considers moving away from cursive

Students have mixed opinions

A school district in Missouri may step away from teaching students how to write in cursive.

The school district is considering not making cursive a priority because it believes technology has made writing in cursive obsolete. 

Students have mixed opinions about moving away from cursive. 

"I think they should teach it cause then we'll have a second way to write," said sixth-grader Logan Jennings.

"I like writing my name in cursive and I wouldn't be able to know how if it weren't for my 3rd and 4th grade teachers," said sixth-grade student Jay Zimmerman.

There is no word on when a final decision could be made.