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CHURUBUSCO â€” Projected enrollment numbers for Smith-Green Community Schools (SGCS) could be higher than originally believed.
SGCS Business Manager Todd Fleetwood said the districtâ€™s numbers, which were expected to decline for the 2013-14 school year, have actually ticked up.
â€śOur enrollment is up, and itâ€™s a great thing,â€ť he said.
So far, Fleetwood said the district had 18 more than expected in the elementary school, and were down approximately nine students in the junior-senior high school.
Large classes at the third grade level also prompted the district to call back a teacher who had been previously reduced from the elementary staff.
At the high school, some of the decline could be due to early graduation. Jim Folland, principal at Churubusco Junior-Senior High School, said possibly as many as eight or nine graduated early.
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