The Normandy (Mo.) School Board has voted not to pay the costs for district students who have transferred into higher performing schools. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the vote puts the unaccredited district at odds with state law. It means the district will not be paying a total of $1.3 million to 14 other districts where students have transferred. The Normandy board also approved a plan projected to save the district more than $3 million this year by closing Bel-Nor Elementary School and laying off 103 employees, most of them teachers.