Anderson faces big school decisions


The Anderson school board will vote Tuesday on a plan that’s dividing schools and the community. Board members have two
options. They can close one high school and merge all the students into a single building, or they can keep both high schools
open and combine them with middle schools. Supporters on both sides have created signs, banners and T-shirts, and started
petition drives to make their point. School board members say something has to be done to solve a budget crunch.

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