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Once again, the Marion County school board has “dropped the ball.” On the heels of all the recent discord between the board and the community, the board was completely “tone deaf” to the possibility of beginning to heal this rift.
Marion County Public Schools officials hope to implement a countywide preschool program, and last week, the Marion County Board of Education heard the proposed first steps in that direction.
Superintendent Taylora Schlosser presented the recommendations of the district's preschool committee to the school board during its Dec. 9 meeting at the Marion County Area Technology Center.
The proposal calls for a four-day per week program that would allow parents of students who don't meet need-based criteria to pay $15 per day for their children to attend preschool.