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USD 113 agrees to fund baseball program
10/11/2018

(KNZA)--The Prairie Hills USD 113 Board of Education has approved funding the Sabetha High School baseball program, beginning with the 2019-20 school year.

Superintendent Todd Evans says the Board gave their approval during this week’s regular meeting.

The spring of 2019 will mark the third year of the program, which has been funded by the Stan Keim family.  

Evans says the original agreement was that the Keim family would support the program for three years.

The annual cost for the program is about $16,000.

Evans the program will continue to be able to use Somerset Park in Sabetha at no cost to the district.

In other business, Evans reported the district’s enrollment is up this school year.

The official enrollment count taken on September 20 shows 1,127 students districtwide.  That’s up 35 students over last school year.

Enrollment is up 28 students at the Sabetha schools and 12 students at Wetmore.   

Overall enrollment at the Axtell Public School was down  5 students over last year.  

 

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