Discussion to focus on send-receive relationship between school districts

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The send-receive relationship between the Cranbury and Princeton school districts will be the focus of a community discussion on June 9 at the Princeton Public Library.

The two-hour event, scheduled to begin at 9 a.m., will include two representatives of the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education, Beth Behrend and Greg Stankiewicz, among the participants. The format of the event will allow participation from the audience.

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The two school districts are in the midst of an agreement in which Cranbury students of high school age attend Princeton High School. The two districts are looking to extend the arrangement for 10 years beyond the June 2020 expiration date of the current deal.

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