Trustees reach consensus on middle school overcrowding

NO DECISIONS MADE ABOUT POSSIBLE CLOSURE OF NEIGHBORHOOD SCHOOLS

Helena school board trustees found some consensus Wednesday during the second of what will be weekly meetings to agree upon a K-8 bond proposal, but agreement wasn’t on neighborhood elementary schools.  Instead, trustees took up the issue of middle school overcrowding, which has been identified in planning reports as a chief problem and named as one reason to consolidate elementary schools.

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