The Jamestown Public School Board voted to move forward with a reorganization plan for the district’s special-education unit at a special board meeting Thursday.
The plan would leave most services and personnel the same, but would cost Jamestown Public Schools about $80,000 more per year.
In the seventh special education redesign draft, officials presented a plan that would leave most services and personnel the same, but would cost Jamestown Public Schools about $80,000 more.
Jamestown, as well as Medina, Montpelier and Pingree-Buchanan school districts make up the Buffalo Valley Special Education unit. To cut costs and continue its level of service, BVSEU is considering partnering with the Dickey-LaMoure Special Education Unit, which consists of the Edgeley, Ellendale, Kulm, LaMoure and Litchville-Marion districts.
October 08, 2008
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