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LOGAN, Utah (AP) -- Logan teens may be able to sleep in a little longer starting this fall.
Mount Logan Middle and Logan High schools are considering starting classes on hour later one day a week next year.
The move would allow teachers to have more time for collaboration.
But the Logan School Board is concerned the change might upset parents who have set work or daycare schedules.
The district is scheduled to hold a meeting for public comment tonight.
------ Information from: The Herald Journal.
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