Dexter High School school board discusses setting minimum enrollment for classes
In an effort to trim down the budget for the 2013-14 school year, the Dexter High School finance committee decided during a Friday morning meeting that they may try to cut class that don't draw a minimum number of students, according to a story on the Dexter Leader.
The board has yet to decide what the minimum number of students per class and the idea still is in early stages of discussion, the Leader reported.
Joe Romeo, a computer science teacher at the school, told the Leader he believes there still will be some classes that don't meet enrollment guidelines but are necessary to keep.
The committee's next meeting is at 8 a.m. on April 22.