Penn Yan, Dundee Schools set joint meeting

With fluctuating issues like declining enrollment, unpredictable funding streams, changing state and federal requirements, and uncertainty about the supply of future educators, building a foundation to provide an education that will be meaningful in the coming decades is becoming more and more difficult, especially in small rural districts like Penn Yan and Dundee.

That’s why the boards of education of the two school districts are holding a joint meeting July 19 in Dundee to hear ideas from the public about creative ways to provide opportunities for students.

Penn Yan Superintendent Howard Dennis and Dundee Superintendent Kelly Houck announced the meeting a few weeks ago, and they are hoping this meeting will start a discussion that could lead to new opportunities for students that neither school could provide alone.

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