$200,000 opt-out is on board agenda
The Mitchell School Board will consider using $200,000 of the district's possible $700,000 in opt-out for the school year 2011 calendar year.
Superintendent Joe Graves is recommending the board make that move. State funding for education has been flat in recent years, Graves noted in his agenda comments to board members.
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