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Board holds off decision on school funding

The Gloucester County School Board will get its chance to sit down with the board of supervisors before the governing body makes a decision on whether to change the school division’s funding method.

Gloucester supervisors voted 5-2 during their regular meeting Tuesday night in the colonial courthouse to table a discussion and decision on the possible change from lump sum to categorical funding until the supervisors’ Oct. 5 meeting. At-large supervisor Michelle Ressler and Ware district supervisor Gregory Woodard voted against tabling the matter.

The decision followed a statement read by school board member Jay McGlohn and a citizen comment period where five people spoke, urging supervisors either to postpone the request until after dialogue could occur between the two boards, or to not consider the categorical funding method at all. One citizen, who has been a long-time advocate for categorical funding, spoke in favor of the method.

McGlohn said the school board had...

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