Crowd seeks answers on schools

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ALAN RUSCH/Ellsworth County I-R

Superintendent Greg Clark chats with patrons who attended this past week’s USD 112 special board meeting.

HOLYROOD — Nearly three quarters of the bleachers on the west side of the Central Plains Elementary School gym in Holyrood were filled as more than 135 patrons attended the Jan. 2 special meeting of the Central Plains USD 112 board of education.

Several patrons voiced concerns during the 101 minute-long meeting called to discuss possible cutbacks in the 2019-20 school year.

“Nobody wants to lose your school, and you know that,” said Sue Young, a retired Wilson Elementary School teacher.“It’s the heart of your community.”

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