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School district planning calendar changes

Change can be difficult, but you can’t move forward without it.
Khris Thexton, USD 428 director of business, understands this as he attempts to move district patrons and employees to an electronic and more accurate school district calendar and away from the hard copy they have relied on for many years.
“We will not be printing hard copies of the calendar this year,” Thexton said, explaining the decision is based on many reasons.
“First of all, the budget is tight and the limited funds we have can be used for student learning instead of printing a calendar,” he said ...

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