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OHSAA releases football divisions

June 14, 2013

For most of the 2000’s, the Brookfield football program was in Division V of the Ohio High School Athletic Conference. In 2010, the Warriors moved up to D-IV. Now, they’re in Division VI....

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NachoCheese

Jul-15-13 9:38 PM

Or could it be because with declining enrollments, less students to educate and manage, that they fail to properly reduce their costs proportionately? Perhaps the time has come for some of the smaller districts to consolidate and eliminate some of the excess administrative costs of running 20-some districts in a county that really should only have half as many?

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godawgs

Jun-17-13 11:47 AM

Because less people live in the district so there is less tax dollars generated. Also, if business's leave the district the school looses even more tax dollars.

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ItIsntEasyBeingFree

Jun-14-13 7:29 PM

With all these schools enrollment dropping why do they need more levy money?

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