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No changes to $47.5M Gov. Wentworth budget in Wolfeboro
In response to New Durham resident Dave Bickford's query on class capacity at the high school, District Superintendent Kathleen Cuddy-Egbert said the addition of the new students — 40 at the middle school and 90 at the high school — would still keep census numbers under the ideal capacity. She said the capacity of the high school is 1,200 students and adding the new students would bring the number of students to more than 800, and the middle school to about 340 students.
He said the Affordable Care Act has not impacted the district with exception of one small change in prescription benefits which allows for no co-pays for certain preventative medications.
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