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USD 377 Moves Spring Break
09/13/2017


(KNZA)--Students in Effingham USD 377 will be taking spring break this school year later than had originally been scheduled.

The Board of Education voted during their regular meeting Monday evening to change the district calendar, moving spring break to the week of March 19th-23rd.  It had been scheduled for March 12-16.

The change is being made to align with the Kansas Board of Regents designated week for spring break.

In other action, the Board voted to accept the invitation to join the Northeast Kansas League, beginning in the 2018-19 school year, for both Junior High and High School activities.

The district is currently a member of the Big 7 League.

Superintendent Andrew Gaddis provided the Board with an enrollment update.

Gaddis said the current K-12 enrollment is at 485 students.  That’s up from last school year’s enrollment of 478 students.

It’s welcome news for the district which has seen a significant decline in enrollment in recent years.

The official enrollment count will be taken September 20th.

 

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