The Glenwood Community School District has until March 2 to formally protest the results of the Feb. 3 Instructional Support Levy election, but school officials are expected to let the deadline pass without pursuing legal action.
“We’re probably not going to contest the election,” school district superintendent Dr. Stan Sibley said Monday. “The people have spoken this time around.”
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