NEW MILFORD – While the pandemic has been credited with declining enrollment in New Milford public schools at all levels, total enrollment is expected to rebound in the short term and then decline over time, according to a recent study.
In a presentation given at a recent Board of Education meeting, SLR Consulting’s Meghan McGaffin provided an analysis of current enrollments and also spoke about enrollment projections over the next decade.
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