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Pawnee City School discussing football co-op
09/15/2021

Pawnee City School

(KLZA)-- The Pawnee City Board of Education voted Monday night to appoint a committee to meet with a committee from the Lewiston Consolidated school to discuss co-oping high school football for the 2022-23  and 2023-24 schedule cycle. 

The Lewiston School District proposed the idea to the Pawnee City school District earlier this month.

The Board approved holding a special workshop on October 5 at 6:30 P.M. to solicit feedback from the public about high school football options for the next two-year cycle.

If approved, the co-op would allow the schools to be eligible for the 8-Man playoffs in the next schedule cycle, and remain eligible for the following two year “grace cycle.”

Any decision about a co-op must be made by October 31 and the options include whether to co-op and play 8-Man football;  no co-op and return to 8-Man football or option three would be to continue to play Six-Man football. 

In other business the Board tabled action on dirt work and a tubing project proposal from Gyhra Construction to repair erosion of the ditch along the northwest side of the campus until the regular October Board meeting. 


 

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