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S-C leader backs 4-way school merge

Thursday, January 9, 2003

District stands to lose a high school

A regional academy system could arrive at the doorstep of Sac County schools within the decade, an approach a local superintendent says could be the most beneficial route for his and other local districts to take to improve academic quality for students in the future.

Schaller-Crestland superintendent Gerald Scott said the possibility of a whole-grade sharing system with districts such as Odebolt-Arthur, Sac City, Wall Lake View Auburn or Galva-Holstein may be a remedy for shrinking enrollments and difficult financial times rural school districts are facing today.

While Schaller/Early would no longer have a high school under the proposal, the regional academy concept could improve the quality and number of course offerings and provide financial stability for the schools, Scott said.

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