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Conversion Academy Board Meets

Story By: Lauren Artino

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/21/2014

The Board for the Mansfield Conversion Academies met Tuesday afternoon to discuss goals for 2014. The main concern for the year is maintaining the school budget, which is desperately needed to keep the schools functioning. Attorney for the board, Amy Borman explains..

"The meeting was very productive; we focused largely on fiscal matters and the monetary issues that many schools have. Our plans for 2014 are definitely to become more fiscally stable and sound"

Mansfield Conversion Academies include the Mansfield Elective Academy, Interactive Media and Construction Program, Mansfield Enhancement Academy and the START Program. There are over one-hundred students currently enrolled in these programs.

   
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