The state Board of Education gave the Greenland School District a reprieve today. The state will take it over and run it for a year to see if Greenland can work its way out of financial distress, rather than force its merger with a neighboring district. This means the ouster of the current board and superintendent. Education Director Ken James will appoint a custodial superintendent in the next few weeks.

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