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Herald of June 27, 2013

Claysburg-Kimmel’s school board eliminated five positions to cut expenses. The board also voted to raise taxes 2.5 percent, the maximum C-K was allowed under the Act I Index. The board also dipped into the fund balance to help balance the budget.

Jeanne Hileman retired after serving seven years as the principal at the Martinsburg Elementary School. After being a substitute teacher for a few years, she taught first grade at the Roaring Spring Elementary School, and then moved on to administration.

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