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The USD 284 Chase County School Board continues to discuss what needs to be done next regarding facilities.

Chase County school patrons are encouraged to attend a community input meeting Wednesday night as the district considers its long-range direction.

USD 284 Chase County is still working on a plan of action following the defeat of their bond issue for a new education complex.

It was a bit muddy for a test drive Wednesday, but Chase County Elementary will still benefit from a special fundraiser.

Several important items will be discussed at the USD 284 Chase County school board meeting Wednesday night.

USD 386 Madison-Virgil will continue to participate in a neighborhood revitalization program along with Greenwood County and the city of Madison.

The process of long-term planning for USD 386 Madison-Virgil continues.

School is just around the corner, and USD 386 Madison/Virgil pre-K thru 12 students will be in class for another year starting Wednesday.

The Lyndon School District is moving forward with plans for massive changes to it school buildings.

Board members approved a $12.3 million bond issue to be repaid in 25 years or less at their meeting Monday night.

The Lyndon Board of Education is in the planning stages of a project that if approved would create a structure to connect the grade school to the high school and remove a street separating the two structures.

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