Budget, policy changes on JC school board agenda

Jefferson City’s Board of Education will be asked Thursday to approve a $79 million budget for the business year that begins July 1.

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While some public school districts around the state are making substantial cuts to programs or staff, Jefferson City Superintendent Brian Mitchell said Tuesday: “We’ve tried to make some cuts in places where ....


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