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Last year a small group of parents and education stakeholders researched the viability of launching a separate school district, concluding the move was possible and likely in the best interest of about 2,500 students attending Signal Mountain Middle/High, Thrasher Elementary and Nolan Elementary.

Education funding is based on per-pupil allocations so Hamilton County Schools would receive less funding.



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