A proposal to push back the start time for Greenfield High School at least a half hour will take a little more time to ponder.
The Greenfield School Board is looking at a potential cost of $100,000 to push back the school's start time. That cost was mainly in the form of additional busing costs.
But last night, Superintendent Conrad Farner said administrators had just that day come up with an idea that might make the change more affordable. The idea came up in a brainstorming session, he said.
The Greenfield School Board last night gave him the go-ahead to explore the idea further. He will report back to the board at either the March 21 or the April 18 board meetings.
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