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GEBP meeting tonight about school times

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - The Guam Education Policy Board is schedule to meet this evening to discuss a number of things to include a recent letter sent by Senator Judi Guthertz. Guthertz had asked the board to look into opening schools at 6:30am so that parents could drop off their kids earlier to beat the traffic in the morning.

GEPB chairperson Ron Ayuyu said, "We have that on the agenda so the superintendent will give us some feedbacks [sic] on what is the feedbacks from the principals and it's for the board members to see what input is on that, too."

A new item on the agenda deals with a proposed budget. Ayuyu couldn't say what the budget is for, but he says the chairperson of finance held a work session on the matter. He says the budget will be outlined during the meeting tonight, which is being held in Hagatna.

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