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MACCRAY East Elementary School third-grade stu-dent, Benjamin Ulferts, 9, works does school work Wednesday during class. MACCRAY last year imple-mented a four-day school week in an effort to cuts costs. While the district has since saved some $65,000 since then, officials will need to cut a further $350,000 from the 2009-10 budget. One option is to close one of the district's two elementary schools. Tribune photo by Ron Adams

Closure a suggestion for MACCRAY cuts

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RAYMOND -- Even with the savings coming from a four-day school week, the MACCRAY School District has a small deficit in its general fund and plans to cut $350,000 from its budget for the 2009-10 school year.


Superintendent Greg Schmidt outlined the district's past and current financial condition at a community meeting Monday evening at MACCRAY East Elementary School in Raymond.

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