Granite School District Makes Big Final Decisions

Granite School District Makes Big Final Decisions

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(KSL News) -- The Granite School district is making final votes on where it will place about 70-thousand students.

It has made three big decisions tonight. Canyon Rim Elementary school will be closed after this year. Students living east of 27th east will be bussed to Morningside elementary.

They also just voted to rebuild Wasatch Junior High, which burned down last summer. And the district voted to realign the mission of Granite High School.

Granite will become an alternative high school for grades 10 through 12. The new Granite will focus on preparing students for careers.

Students who were planning to attend Granite next year can either stay there or enroll in one of eight other high schools.

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