Miamisburg postpones decision on elementary programming changes

The district announced its decision Tuesday in a letter to students and parents.

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However, the district said it will conduct an enrollment study during the next school year to assess the needs of the community and to determine the best way to meet those needs. It said that would ensure programming continues to meet the needs of its students and families as the community grows.

The district in January and February held eight town hall meetings that were open to the public to unveil three new redistricting ideas the district could implement starting next school year to deal with enrollment imbalances and other issues.

Area residents and district staff listened to those options, then sounded off about how they felt about them via surveys.

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Superintendent Laura Blessing told this news outlet she would provide an update to an enrollment study at a later date.

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