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Shadyside Schools Ink Deal With Gulfport

Production Royalties Will Help Ease Financial Woes

January 19, 2014

SHADYSIDE — John Haswell understands the natural gas drilling lease the Shadyside Local School District signed with Gulfport Energy for $7,250 per acre and 20 percent of production royalties will no......

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Ragnar

Jan-19-14 12:18 AM

If you can't cut anymore, it is time to close or merge. That is the reality.

Public school spending has grown exponentially, decade after decade, while student outcomes have not kept pace.

Something must give.

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