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Millbrook High School discusses declining enrollment

judithb@millertonnews.com

MILLBROOK— The Millbrook Central School District (MCSD) held its first Planning for the Future meeting on Thursday, May 3, to discuss a Self Evaluation Study (SES) it commissioned for the district and the impact of changing demographics.

The meeting was facilitated by the Board of Education and community liaison Carole Martin.

The turnout was light, possibly due to a heavy rainfall, but the hope is that the community will become more involved and more will attend the next meeting. 

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New high school?

Remember that time the DOE and the administration fought tooth and nail for a new high school because enrollment was on the rise? Only $25 million. Wasn't that long ago. Maybe we should explore further mergers, not just football, so the children actually benefit with expanded curriculum and activity choices, instead of the teachers' union and administrator salaries.

Peter F. Doro
Millbrook, NY