United School Board on Tuesday heard from citizens of neighboring Ligonier Valley School District who would like to see students in a section of that district — Seward Borough and a portion of adjacent St. Clair Township — instead attend United schools.
Dennis Rudnik of St. Clair Township and Kevin McLaughlin of Seward proposed that scenario to the board during its monthly non-voting work session. They noted that the idea is in its infancy and that several years of effort would be required to make it become a reality.
“We thought this was the first appropriate move, to come here to talk to you to see if it was a feasible option,” McLaughlin told the United board. “It's not something we see happening fast.”
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