Wilson untouched by USD 112 decision

Junior high students at Bushton headed to Claflin under plan

HOLYROOD — After several weeks of debate, the Central Plains USD 112 board of education made a decision during a special board meeting Monday in Holyrood on the building configuration for the 2019-20 school year.

By a vote of six to one, approval was given to a motion by Tony Zink, board vice president, to change the role of Central Plains Middle School in Bushton to an intermediate school for Central Plains students in grades four, five and six, and transfer Central Plains students in the seventh and eighth grades to Central Plains High School in Claflin. In addition, if at all possible, junior high sports and activities will remain in Bushton for as long as possible.

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