A move to shuffle students around to other schools in the Jersey Community School District 100 will not be coming at Wednesday's school board meeting. Some parents had voiced concern over a possible closure of the Grafton School this week via social media, but Superintendent Lori Franke-Hopkins says that is not the case.
She says the district’s transportation director has presented a list of boundary changes that could be implemented to help control costs
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She says the recommendation for district-wide personnel cuts will be on tonight’s agenda. A public hearing at 6:30pm precedes the 7pm meeting at the district office board room.