$6.5M to pay for dual credit, purchase new bus equipment

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Board passes resolution for accountability suspension

  • Pastor Mike Han spoke to Como-Pickton as a guest presenter/ Staff photo by Todd Kleiboer
    Pastor Mike Han spoke to Como-Pickton as a guest presenter/ Staff photo by Todd Kleiboer
COMO-PICKTON—With roughly $6.5 million budgeted, Como-Pickton CISD is planning to fully pay for students’ dual credit classes along with purchasing new monitoring equipment for their bus fleet in the coming year, according to Superintendent Dr. Greg Bower at the school board’s Monday night meeting. With some grant funds paying for roughly half the tuition, the district is pitching in the other…

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