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The El Dorado County Office of Education will host an informational community forum on School District Organization on Monday, Jan. 10, in Conference Room B-2 at the Office of Education.

Registration begins at 5:45 p.m., with the forum taking place from 6 to 7:30 p.m.  This forum on School District Organization is designed as an introductory information workshop and awareness session for community members as to what school district consolidation could be considered with respect to processes and issues for consideration.

According to Vicki L. Barber, Ed.D., El Dorado County Superintendent of Schools, the forum is being conducted in response to constituency interest and requests for more information on this subject. A report on the income potential for various consolidation scenarios of elementary school districts was prepared by School Services of California and is available on the El Dorado County Office of Education website at  www.edcoe.org and can be viewed under “What’s New.”  This report will be discussed in more detail at the workshop.

Interested parties are encouraged to attend. There is no fee to attend this forum.  Contact Janet Maruniak at (530) 295-2217 or e-mail [email protected] to reserve a seat.

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