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July 26, 2013

Clarksville Schools awaits New Tech decision

Plan is to break ground Oct. 1, no matter the location

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CLARKSVILLE — COME ONE, COME ALL

The district also approved more students who applied from other school districts.

Judy Sanderson, corporation treasurer, said 112 students have applied from other school corporations to attend Clarksville Community Schools so far. After the board approved Thursday

night’s round of students, she said there were more applications to process.

Last year, the district brought in about 120 students from other schools.

The board also approved unlimited transfer caps for the first and second semesters of the 2013-2014 school year.

Students will from other districts are allowed to apply to the district at any time, but will be approved to attend the district before the state’s enrollment counts.

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