Ypsilanti Courier: Ypsilanti school district enrollment decreases by nearly 300 students; $2.2M in revenue may be lost
Daniel Brenner I AnnArbor.com
YPS Board President David Bates said the student loss may result in tough decisions for the district.
According to the Courier, Bates said he expects the number to slightly reduce by the official Michigan Count Day on Oct. 3.
The majority of the student loss is from the high school, which has seen a 229-student decline, the Courier reports.
Some families have cited the possible Ypsilanti-Willow Run consolidation as the reason for prompting them to pull their students out of the district. Residents will vote on the proposed consolidation Nov. 6.
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