School meeting draws crowd

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WILSON — The Wilson School commons was filled to capacity Friday as young and old alike turned out for a community meeting to discuss possible cuts the Central Plains USD 112 board of education is considering for the 2019-20 school year.

Three school board members — Michelle Brokes of Wilson, Tony Zink of Claflin and Brad Schiermeyer of Wilson — attended. They tried to clarify a time frame for decisions.

At previous board meetings, members indicated they wanted to make a final decision on possible cuts no later than February. That, apparently, has changed.

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