Jackson School Board approves tuition increase

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Tuition for nonresident students enrolled in the Jackson School District will rise nearly $372 this school year. The Jackson School Board, at a meeting Tuesday, approved the annual increase. Tuition for the 2010-2011 school year is set at $7,125.90, up from $6,753.98 from last school year, an increase of $371.92. The increase is arrived at by dividing expenses from the previous year by the enrollment figure, Wade Bartels, the district's chief financial officer, told the board.

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