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By Staff Report
Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

The Gateway School Board will vote Sept. 25 to place a three-year plan for the district on 30-day public display.

A plan is required every three years by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, said Nancy Hines, director of curriculum and instruction. If the plan is approved, it would be submitted to the state by Nov. 30 and enacted as of July 1, she said.

The proposed plan is on the district website as Exhibit I-A in the Sept. 16 school board meeting agenda.

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