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More students attending Mound City Schools
09/24/2020

(KLZA)-- The Mound City Board of Education met Wednesday morning.

Superintendent Korey Miles noted that there are 269 students in grades K-12 and 21 in the preschool.  The student count is up sixteen from the start of school in 2019.

 High School Principal Jake Shipman praised parents in the Mound City School District for the good work they are doing keeping students home if they are not feeling well and how that helps keep students healthy.

Superintendent Miles is working on a grant application for reimbursement from Holt County for COVID-19 related expenses.  

Board members also approved renewing membership in the ACES Special Education Cooperative and the bus routes for the current school year. 

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