Consolidation Of Schools At Stanton County

KSCB News - May 20, 2011 8:12 am

A southwest Kansas school district
plans to consolidate its middle school and high school in an effort
to save money.
Stanton County’s Board of Education approved the consolidation
earlier this month, saying it would save the district about
$150,000.
The district has 484 students from Big Bow, Johnson City and
Manter.
The Garden City Telegram reported Thursday that the board
decided to move the pre-kindergarten and a Community Learning
Center into the middle school.
Superintendent Jit Milner says the consolidation will improve
the district’s education system while also saving money.

 

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