Decision a relief for health director and his budget
By Ben Carlson
Wednesday, June 12, 2013 at 10:32 am
The Anderson County Board of Health gambled that the school district would continue funding its school nurses when it hesitatingly approved its budget last month.
The decision paid off last Thursday night when the Anderson County Board of Education voted unanimously to continue funding the school nurse program, despite a slight drop in the number of nurses the health department will provide.
The school board approved $121,360 for what amounts to 4.5 school nurses in the coming school year, the same amount it paid last year for five nurse positions.
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