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Fixing Overcrowded Schools

Clark County Superintendent Dwight Jones decided the best way to deal with overcrowded schools in the southwest valley is to turn three of them to year-round schedules. The three schools are Robert L. Forbuss, Carolyn S. Reedom and William V. Wright elementary. The school board prefers this plan over busing kids to different zones. But, even the board knows this is just a temporary fix.  Is year-round scheduling the right solution here?

 
 
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Carolyn Edwards, Trustee, Clark County School District Board of Trustees


 
 

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Monday, March 11, 2013

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