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Midland Park exploring sending arrangement with neighboring school districts

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Midland Park exploring sending arrangement with neighboring school districts
Thursday February 28, 2013, 12:18 PM
BY  LYNN BRUGGEMANN
CORRESPONDENT
Midland Park Suburban News

MIDLAND PARK – The Board of Education is in the early stages of exploring a sending-receiving arrangement with a neighboring school district, officials announced this week.

At the Feb 26 school board meeting, board president William Sullivan said he and Superintendent Dr. Marie C. Cirasella would be meeting informally on March 8 with the Ridgewood School District’s board president and superintendent to discuss the feasibility of a sending arrangement.

In such an arrangement, the sending district pays the receiving district a fee to educate its students.

“We’re just gathering information at this point to share with the board, so I don’t want anyone to view this as a consensus by the board on moving forward with anything,” Sullivan said. “If the board has any interest in this type of arrangement in the future, we will have some preliminary information available to us.”

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2 thoughts on “Midland Park exploring sending arrangement with neighboring school districts

  1. Not sure I understand why we would do this besides the money. Isn’t our high school already packed like a can of sardines with kids eating lunch anywhere they can find a space?!

  2. On a rainy day they are sitting on the floor in the hallways because there is no where to eat. The school relys on the students going off campus during lunch time.

    A closed campus would be nice, but there is just no place to warehouse the students at lunch.

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