The Camden Central School District Board of Education has set a new date for their vote on the future of Annsville Elementary School.
The BOE will vote April 10 on whether or not to close the elementary school. By closing the school, the superintendent says they’ll save $800,000.
However, parents worry that if they have to send their young children to Camden Elementary School, they’ll be on the bus for close to an hour.
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