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Parents protest school closing

Ford Annex plan aims to save $1.5m

'We have plenty of seats in the district to absorb them,' Mayor Edward J. Clancy Jr. (above) says of Ford's sixth-grade to eighth- grade students. 'And we can save a lot of money doing it. I don't see any harm to anyone.' 'We have plenty of seats in the district to absorb them,' Mayor Edward J. Clancy Jr. (above) says of Ford's sixth-grade to eighth- grade students. 'And we can save a lot of money doing it. I don't see any harm to anyone.'
By John Laidler
Globe Correspondent / June 14, 2009

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A plan to close the Ford School Annex in Lynn and relocate its sixth to eighth grades to other schools is drawing heavy opposition from parents. (Full article: 709 words)

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