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Dougherty County School wants to hear from you

April 30, 2008

Albany -- No decision yet on staggering start and end times of schools. Dougherty County School Board members want to hear from you first.

If the staggered times are approved elementary students would be released at 3:00 PM, middle school students at 3:30 PM and high school students at 3:35 PM.

Instead they wanted to give parents an opportunity to give their feedback, especially those who are concerned about extended day services.

They will be holding a public hearing on the topic on May 6th at 5:30 PM and on May 7th at noon.

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