Saline school board asks superintendent to make recommendation on pay-to-play fees
The Saline Board of Education reviewed the fees it charges students to play sports and join clubs at a meeting on Tuesday night, according to a story on the Saline Reporter.
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As AnnArbor.com previously has reported, the pay-to-play fee charged by the school is the highest in Washtenaw County at $325 for sports and $40 for activity clubs. Price can vary depending on the sport or activity.
The Reporter said the dilemma was now how to best offer activities to students that still are not covered by the district's $51 million annual budget.
While no formal decision was made at the meeting Tuesday night, Superintendent Scot Graden was asked to have a recommendation ready to present at a meeting at 6:30 p.m. April 9 at Liberty School.