Two Massachusetts towns will merge school systems

Dec. 8, 2010
Voters in Chatham and Harwich approve consolidation plan

From The Cape Cod Times: The Massachusetts towns of Chatham and Harwich have decided to consolidate their school districts. At town meetings in each community, voters approved the regionalization plan. The merger has been studied several times over the last 50 years, but came to a vote just once, in 1960, when Chatham voters decisively rejected the idea.
ALSO...from The Boston Globe: The plan calls for a new regional high school to be built in Harwich; the Chatham middle school will become the regional middle school. Elementary schools in each town will continue to operate.

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