By , Mount Vernon News
June 21, 2011, 11:08 am

MOUNT VERNON — Students in Knox County, and across Ohio, have the opportunity to choose where they want to receive their public education.

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2 Responses to “Open enrollment can cut into school's bottom line”

  1. Miriam StJean

    so, EK will lose almost another million in funding?

    guess they’ll have to close the Bladensburg school after all.  That district is in for one heck of a rough ride.

    Oh well.  The voters refused to support the school district and voted “no” on another levy.

    Votes have consequences.

  2. darrendaring

    So Fredericktown will actually end up with $400,000?  Then what’s with all the whining about the levy that failed?