School Districts

School Districts

A school district is a form of special-purpose district which serves to operate local public primary and secondary schools.

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School Districts - Examples
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List Of School Districts In West Virginia
... This is a list of school districts in West Virginia, sorted alphabetically ... Since the 1933, all public school districts in the U.S ...
Clearview High School (Lorain, Ohio)
... Clearview High School is a public high school located in Lorain, Ohio ... It is part of the Clearview Local School District, one of five school districts serving the city of Lorain and all of Sheffield Township, Ohio ... Clearview High School houses students in grades 9-12 ...
Central York School District - Intermediate Unit
... The agency provides Central York Schools, district home schooled students and area private schools many services including Special education services, combined purchasing, and instructional technology ... include Curriculum Mapping, Professional Development for school employees, Adult Education, Nonpublic School Services, Business Services, Migrant ESL (English as a Second Language ... of Directors, each a member of a local school board from the 25 school districts ...
Barren Township, Franklin County, Illinois - School Districts
... Sesser-Valier Community Unit School District 196. ...

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