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Full-day kindergarten considered at LaVille

June 1, 2011

LAKEVILLE — When state funding for school corporations was cut drastically last year, Union-North United School Corporation Superintendent, Dr. Terry Barker, had to make some hard decisions to uphold his pledge to get the corporation's budget back into the black. One of the most controversial decisions was to reduce the kindergarten program to half-days rather than keep the full-day classes. During the school board meeting on Thursday night, Dr. Barker asked the board to approve reinstating the full-time program for the 2011-12 school year.

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