Low enrollment at Holy Spirit means change to bus routes
According to state law, public school districts like Egg Harbor Township are mandated to provide transportation services to nonprofit, nonpublic school students who live more than 20 miles from their nonpublic school, but the expenditure cannot exceed $884 per student.
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#1 Sep 3, 2012
Maybe enrollment is down due to either it's too damn expemsive for people to send their kids to that school, or they're afraid that some priest may want to dip into junior's underware, which is also a factor in declining church attendance and these schools and paying off megamillions in lawsuits. Everyone suffers!
#2 Nov 11, 2012
Or maybe the enormous amount of taxes paid by NJ residents who are then, unfortunately, left with no choice. They are forced to send their children to their local public school and hope for the best.
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