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Oppenheim-Ephratah eyes paying tuition to other schools

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The Oppenheim-Ephratah Central School District Board of Education will consider paying other school districts to educate its students as a cost-saving option should residents vote next week against a proposed merger with the St. Johnsville Central School District. The O-E board discussed the option during a budget work session Thursday night. It directed district Superintendent Daniel Russom to approach the St. Johnsville, Johnstown and Dolgeville school districts about accepting O-E students under a tuition agreement. ...


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