Half Hollow Hills S.D. introduces plan to cut classes, save cash

District officials say a new plan would mean

District officials say a new plan would mean fewer art, music and health classes. (February 4, 2013 6:26 PM)

Officials say a cost-cutting plan will likely be introduced at middle schools in the Half Hollow Hills School District. Instead of closing schools altogether, the district has proposed cutting one class period during the day and reducing the number of available music, art and health classes. District leaders sent a survey to residents highlighting the options and insist the plan would minimally...

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