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At a May 10 school board meeting, Christine Acevedo, Forest City Regional High School Principal, introduced students selected as the school’s outstanding seniors for the months of March and April.
Kaitlyn Schott, the FCR Scholar of the Year, was named March Outstanding Senior. Acevedo quoted one of Schott’s teachers as saying, “[Schott’s] work is well above average, and she goes the extra mile in all her assignments.” Schott was also praised for her originality. The senior is involved in art club, Mock Trial, National Honor Society and attended Districts in band and jazz band. Schott also edits the school newspaper and served as captain of the reading competition team. Schott plans to attend Keystone College.
The state budget had not been passed as of May 12, the date of the Susquehanna Community School Board meeting, and was a topic of interest, as the district’s allocations for the coming year are not yet known. Superintendent Bronson Stone said that, at this point, it appears as though the district will see an overall reduction of $48,000 in funding. Preliminary reports indicate that the district will either receive a 2% increase in basic education funding, or no increase at all.
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