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Student shift

October 5, 2013

Keith Horner

Despite Wapakoneta City Schools recently approving a list of 140 open enrollment students from other districts, nearly double that number are leaving each year.

“It is a concern,” Wapakoneta City Schools Superintendent Keith Horner said.

He said there are a multitude of reasons why students choose to leave the district each year. 

“Some live closer to another district, some are unhappy with us, some like a small school setting be it Perry or New Knoxville,” Horner said, “and some have had disagreements with us over the years.”

For more on students transferring to other schools through open enrollment see Saturday's edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

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