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Granite City High School will start one hour later on Mondays beginning this fall in order to allow more time for staff development. Several area schools have begun working in an extra hour outside the classroom to keep pace with training, coordination and unfunded mandates. Edonald@bnd.com
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Granite City High will start an hour later on Mondays, so enjoy that extra sleep

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