Carroll, Dalton, Jefferson, Lancaster and Whitfield have all agreed to join a White Mountains Regional School District subcommittee to review the five-town apportionment formula. Each town will send a Select Board representative to an introductory meeting at 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 21, at the high school. The apportionment formula dictates how much each community contributes toward district spending. Carroll has objected to the apportionment formula as unfair because they pay significantly more per pupil ($60,000) than the other communities.
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