Enrollment Changes Considered For Greenwich Magnet Schools

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A proposal to limit admissions could help solve overcrowding at Greenwich magnet schools. Photo Credit: File

GREENWICH, Conn. -- Greenwich Superintendent William McKersie has proposed changes to the enrollment process for the town's magnet schools that would help solve some building use issues, according to greenwichtime.com. 

Changes would include closing the New Lebanon School to new students due to forecasts that suggest the building will be fully occupied in three years, greenwichtime.com said. 

Other changes include restricting admission for tuition students at the Old Greenwich, North Street and Parkway elementary schools and limiting admission at Central and Western Middle Schools. 

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