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September 29, 2017

Lead-Deadwood School District Enrollment Increases in 2017-2018

The Lead-Deadwood School District has seen a slight uptick in enrollment this school year, reports the Black Hills Pioneer. The district has seen an increase of 32 students across the middle and high schools, while enrollment at the middle school has remained flat.

This year, enrollment at the elementary school is 337. The middle school hosts 175 students while enrollment at the high school is 216.

For more information on the Lead-Deadwood School District, visit the Black Hills Knowledge Network’s community profile.

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