Five-year plan predicts shrinking enr...

Five-year plan predicts shrinking enrollment in Peach schools

There are 1 comment on the The Macon Telegraph story from Apr 29, 2014, titled Five-year plan predicts shrinking enrollment in Peach schools. In it, The Macon Telegraph reports that:

Projections from the state expect enrollment in Peach County schools to decline about 415 students over the next five years.

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Angela Davis

Rebecca, GA

#1 Apr 30, 2014
From a students prospective, that is very understandable. Peach County continues to add more work and rules, holding the students to impossible standards and causing more outbursts in rebellion.

Calm down, Peach County. You're doing to much.

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