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Enrollment up in USD 430

(KNZA)--Enrollment is up in the South Brown Schools of USD 430.

Superintendent Jason Cline reviewed with the Board of Education Monday evening the preliminary enrollment figures for the new school year.

Cline said the current headcount stands at 534 students, which is up from 519 last year.

The official headcount will be taken September 20.

Following an executive session, the Board approved a 5.5 percent pay increase for the district’s administrators and directors.

In other business, the board approved seeking sealed bids on a district owned lot at 233 West 8th Street in Horton.

Cline said the district currently doesn’t have any plans for the vacant lot.

Bids will be opened at the board’s  October 14 meeting.

Following discussion, the Board was in consensus to advertise and hire a director of maintenance.

The Board also accepted the resignations of Brandon Speer as Horton High School head wrestling coach and Michael Mace as Horton High School assistant boys basketball coach.



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