Anderson School Board to vote on deficit plan


The Anderson School Board will make a major decision Tuesday night. Board members hope to address the district’s deficit
by either consolidating high schools and creating a separate middle school, or establishing two schools housing Grades 7-12.
Debate over the two options has divided the community, and four of seven board members said they aren’t sure how they will
vote. Fox59 will have more at 10 p.m.

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