Albion schools

9:13 pm
Sun November 17, 2013

Albion to consider next step after tax defeat

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School board president says another try at ballot box hasn't been ruled out
ALBION - Voters' loud and clear "no" to a proposed new property sent Albion Public Schools back to the drawing board.
We Are One
7:31 pm
Tue October 22, 2013

WestSouthwest: Battle Creek Enquirer e-book examines race and diversity in Battle Creek

Cover of "We Are One"
Credit Battle Creek Enquirer

Interview with Justin Hinkley and J.R. Reynolds

Battle Creek Enquirer reporter Justin Hinkley opens We Are One with a story about his fourth grade class at Post Elementary School. 

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9:32 am
Wed August 14, 2013

Albion school millage on fall ballot

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The tax would raise $3.5 million for the district that closed its high school because of budget problems.
ALBION - Albion Public Schools will in November ask voters to approve a new property tax that would help fund building upkeep and keep the deficit-ridden district on track to become financially solvent by 2018.
6:18 am
Wed June 12, 2013

Albion School Board approves deal to send high school students to Marshall

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Albion High School will close after this school year. Marshall approved the agreement in May
ALBION - After another marathon discussion, the Albion Board of Education on Tuesday made official its earlier decision to send Albion high schoolers to Marshall. The board voted 6-0, with Trustee Vivian Davis absent and newly appointed Trustee Kevin Metz casting his first vote, to approve an agreement with Marshall Public Schools that cements the Albion board's May 14 decision to send its high schoolers to Marshall.
6:07 am
Wed June 5, 2013

Albion delays agreement for high school students to go to Marshall

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Albion school board voted last month to close district's high school
ALBION - The Albion school board on Tuesday tabled a contract that would formalize the merger of Albion and Marshall high schools as a meeting meant to last 30 minutes stretched to 2½hours of impassioned comment from officials and residents.

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