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USD 113 sees enrollment drop
10/12/2017

(KNZA)--Enrollment is down in Prairie Hill’s USD 113.

Superintendent Todd Evans provided an enrollment summary to the Board of Education Monday evening from the official head-count taken on September 20th.

The figures show a total headcount of 1,093 students, which is down 32 students from last school year and the lowest enrollment number since fiscal year 2006.   

Wetmore saw the biggest enrollment decrease, down 19 students from last school year, with 142 students.

At Axtell, the headcount showed a 10-student decrease, with 174 students.

At Sabetha, enrollment was down 3 students, with 777 students.

The district’s finance committee will meet October 24th to review the enrollment figures and finances to determine if any recommendations should be made to the Board at their regular meeting in November.

 

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