The announcement comes a month after Clarion University announced plans to cut up to 40 jobs, including 22 faculty, and suspending music education, German and French courses. The schools are two of 14 that comprise the State System of Higher Education. Kutztown University is one of the 14.
If the Antietam and Exeter school districts were to combine in some form, students from both could take advantage of a minimum of 42 new course offerings.
They’d also have access to 10 different buildings and added athletic facilities.
And have the opportunity to take part in up to 31 new clubs and activities.
“You’d have the capacity to do a lot more,” Kerry Moyer told more than 150 parents and residents at Antietam’s Mount Penn Primary Center Wednesday. “And you’d have the capacity to accommodate a large enrollment (increase) if it does happen.”