When the school board meets Monday evening, the members may make decisions on how the local system will cut a state-mandated 3 percent.
One of the possibilities may be reducing the school day for students by 30 minutes – 15 minutes in the morning and 15 minutes in the afternoon.
Superintendent Whit Myers said the shorter school day, by itself, will not save the county’s system money, but it would in combination with other objectives.
“Shorting the school day really does not save money, but what it does is it allow us to do some different things,” Myers said.
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