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INDEPENDENCE — Students, teachers, administrators and support staff all asked Grayson County supervisors to consider funding the school system above the state’s minimum Local Required Effort to keep principals and aides at all division schools.
Ten concerned citizens spoke during the public hearing earlier this month on the proposed 2012-13 school budget and most had the same message — they like their principals and don’t want to give them up.
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