Anderson school board faces tough budget calls


A budget crunch is forcing Anderson’s school board to make a tough decision. 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. The school board meets at 6 p.m. Tuesday and will take comments from the public – the only time
the board is scheduled to hear public opinion on the issue.

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