Start Consolidating elementary schools

Consolidating elementary schools

Whatever one's thoughts are of the governor, the man is pure gold when he's speaking off the cuff.

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The efficiency would be similarly expected at a new elementary school.

Additionally, educating all students in the same building provides opportunities for different grades to collaborate.

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A dose of reality Last Thursday, during his monthly radio spot on New Jersey 101.5, Christie gave us one of those moments.

With less than six months left in office, Christie has, apparently, given up any pretense of tiptoeing around delicate subjects. School taxes make up the largest percentage of a property tax bill in New Jersey.

In 2006, the district had 283 students and per-pupil costs were $13,001.