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Friday, December 11, 2015

This is just too logical for the state to approve, but we can hope!

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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