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I agree that we can't offer the same sports that the larger schools do. Especially if it is at the expense of the safety and quality of our children's education. When the district is facing such great cuts that they are considering cutting the transportation of all children who have an address within the city limits regardless of where they are going to be picked up or how they are forced to get to school. During all of the cuts being considered has anyone thought about how the children will be affected by these decisions? Most of the children from the rural schools are very excited about coming into town for school it's the parents that are upset and want to project their feelings on the children. As for the children in town, by taking away the busing there will be no safe way for them to get to school. When the district chose to build the schools in the current location they should have thought about the long term affects on everyone involved.
April 23, 2011 at 5:59 p.m.
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