Albion, Marshall look for state aid to merge high schools

9:41 pm
Sun May 19, 2013

Albion, Marshall look for state aid to merge high schools

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Calhoun County lawmakers hope the state will help with costs of transition
Wheels are turning in Lansing as local lawmakers look for state funds to help school districts in Albion and Marshall merge their high schools. In an email Friday to the Enquirer, Marshall Public Schools Superintendent Randy Davis said he and his Albion counterpart had asked the state to fund five new positions to train staff and help students as Albion high schoolers are sent to Marshall this fall.