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July 20, 2012MARYVILLE, MO |  By: Thomack

Maryville Board of Ed - July

The Maryville Board of Education met earlier this week.

At that meeting, the board decided not to continue to be the fiscal agent of the ACES program. School superintendent Larry Linthcum says after 7 years with the program, the grant money that was provided has dried up.

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Linthcum says school officials are evaluating options for providing alternative services to students.