WYOMING, Mich. (WZZM)- The Wyoming School District has decided to consolidate schools to save more than $1-million.
Monday night the district voted to combine Wyoming Park High School and Rogers High School. The school district was looking at $2.5-million shortfall for next year.
The plan is to move seventh through ninth graders into Wyoming Park. The tenth through twelfth grade students would attend Rogers High School.
Parents packed Monday night's meeting and shared their concerns about the plan. Wyoming Schools had tried other ways to make up for the shortfall. Last year the district put two milage requests on the ballot. Both failed.
By Sarah Sell & Josh Aldredge