Liberty school board may vote on open enrollment Tuesday
The board of education will discuss and possibly vote on reinstating open enrollment at its Tuesday night meeting.
The school district currently has 81 open enrollment students who entered the school before it closed open enrollment in the 2010 school year.
Joe Nohra, board of education president, said that it closed down open enrollment because all the student slots were filled.
But now the district has a $700,000 budget shortfall for next year even after the board approved $1.2 million in cuts to staff.
Nohra said the district is surrounded by open enrollment schools and needs to do something to draw more students.