Lebanon Reporter

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May 15, 2014

WeBo to raise book, lunch fees

Textbook fees next year will go up slightly for first- through sixth-grades in Western Boone Community Schools, while there is an across-the-board hike in breakfast and lunch costs.

The largest textbook fee increase, of $8, will apply to first- and second-grade because the Shurley English program will be expanded to those grades, WBCS curriculum director Tricia Reed told the school board at its monthly meeting on Monday.

For more of the story, see Thursday's Lebanon Reporter.

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