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  • superman Feb 22, 10:06 a.m.

    They knew at the beginning of the school year that the class was overcrowded. They tried to postpone the issue by applying for a waiver. So it is not the law that is at fault but the school system who tried to get around it. The school board flushed 12 million when they decided to stop plans on the new high school. They should have plenty more money left. If not request more from the county. They have plenty too. The school board will soon realize that they have budget restraints and they cant do like they do at home. Just keep spending money.

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