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Changes in Terms for Board Members

March 22, 2012 by WLKM 

The Constantine Public Schools Board of Education has taken on changes at the state level that allow school districts to extend the terms of board of education members from four to six years.

The matter was approved earlier this week by board members. Those in favor of the revised term length said the option provides more stability than what is afforded by a four-year term.

District officials in Sturgis are reviewing the proposal while the Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education weighed the option but decided to stay with four-year terms for its members.

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