While Graettinger-Terril and Ruthven-Ayrshire are sharing athletics, the two school boards looked at options for the districts, as far as what would be the best for the districts students and their finacial status.
After the meeting, both districts decided that the best options both ways would be a One Way Whole grade Sharing for Grades 7 - 12, with those students going to Graettinger-Terril School.
Ruthven-Ayrshire Superintendant Andrew Woiwood told what the next step is for their district.
Graettinger-Terril Superintendant Jesse Ulrich agreed that it's very important to find the best solution to benefit the students and keep the financial status in the best situation for the longest. He said he feels the meeting was a very positive meeting for both school boards, and tells what is next for his district and it's residents...
Ulrich says the Graettinger-Terril school district will be very supportive in supplying Ruthven-Ayrshire with information that they need to help with the process. of informing the public the best.
Both Superintendants said they welcome all the public from their districts to attend their informational meetings on the matter.