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Granite Decision Could Be Set Aside

Granite Decision Could Be Set Aside



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(KSL News) -- Granite School District's decision to close schools and change boundaries may not be final after all.

Last month, the district's Board of Education voted to close Canyon Rim and Meadow Moor elementary schools, as well as rebuild Wasatch Junior High and change the mission of Granite High.

Today comes word the Board will "consider setting aside its decision."

Three board members have asked to put the request on the agenda of the board's meeting on Tuesday December 13th. If at least five of the seven board members vote to reconsider the decisions, then last month's "final decision" is in effect "null and void."

At that point, all options are back on the table.

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