Updated: Thursday, 12 Mar 2009, 10:44 AM EDT
Published : Thursday, 12 Mar 2009, 10:44 AM EDT
TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. - Some students currently attending Woodland Elementary will be headed to Dayton Elementary next year.
When the new Woodland Elementary School opened this fall, administrators didn't expect overcrowding to be an issue.
But last month the Tippecanoe School Corporation Board started looking at options to find more space.
On March 11 the board decided that instead of changing school boundaries it would move two gifted and talented classes to Dayton Elementary.
Right now the multi-age gifted and talented classes are composed of students from Woodland and Dayton school districts.
Superintendent Scott Hanback says shuttling the kids will free up two much needed classrooms at Woodland.
He says the move is the least disruptive way to accomplish their goal.
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