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Middleton residents to deliberate on school withdrawal plan
Residents and officials will be able to discuss the project during the district’s annual deliberative session Saturday. It will begin at 9 a.m. in the Old Town Hall.
Officials previously said they intend to present detailed information about the financial impact of withdrawing and building a new school during the deliberative session comment about the matter.
Article 6 would allow the district to withdraw from the Authorized Regional Enrollment Area (AREA) agreement with Farmington. If approved, local students in Grades 7-12 would no longer be educated in Farmington after July 2015. Students in Kindergarten through Grade 6 would leave the following year.
For more information, go to sau61.org and middletonnh.gov/.
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