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Marshall Advisor and Chronicle (Newspaper) - November 7, 2015, Marshall, Michigan ad«vftor^($^irofvl0te - 'Nowwitie# 7, 2015 - 'Page 3 NfipiOihail High School senior Jbntaj Wallace, center, along with MHS indents Jayonna Yahsha and Kenyatta Hill commented on their expehehoes at MrtS and came out lasupport of annexation. (Photo by John Heridief) Fnm fiiwfous page Albion teacher Laura Tu-ohy made a brief statement while several fellow teachers stood in support. "The teachers of Albion Community Schools are in support of the annexation of Albion Public Schools by Marshall Public Schools,* said Tuohy. *Wc are proud of Albion Public Schools, but we believe going forward with this is the best option for the future of our district, our community and most importantly, our students." Annexation is when one district attaches another district to itself. In this case, the district to be attached loses its legal entity and becomes part of the annexing district. In order to initiate this process, the annexing district would have to adopt a resolution and the voters of the district to be annexed must appit>vc. Marshall High School senior Jonlaj Wallace and two fellow classmates, alt from “What we need is a transparent process, open communication and accountability including focusing on the long term future of our children and community." Albion City Manager Sheryl Mitchell Albion, came out in support of annexation with Marshall Public Schools and shared their experiences at MHS. "Overall, it has been a very amazing experience for me," said Wallace, who is the National Honor Society president as well as the marching band drum major and also is a member of the school's cross-country, sw im and track teams. "To say we are not making^ fair representation is not true." Albion City Manager Sheryl Mitchell spoke on behalf of the citizen’s com- I Í ( k I L_ 15* W. 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Mitchell addressed some calls to expedite talks on possible annexation with Marshall because of a grant application deadline of Dec. 22. “Wc cannot allow a rushed decision based on the attempt to access a $5 million grant to take precedence over what is in the best interests of 'OUT students,” 'said Miichcll/’Why is this Board and administration taking a gamble on the long term financial solvency for Albion, or even Marshall Public Schools, on a one-time grant wiihiMJt addressing €>r considering the voice of the vtsi-crs in this community T’ John Hendltr can be reot heJ at    -5444    ext 2t2 ami thnmgh e mail, yum- kUka TMiff IbM Itar Farihf i Friaii ..w. Call 781-4293 forRawmrrtions 4^ RESERVATIONS Thanksgiving Dinner Thursday. November 26rh Serving Noon lo 5PM FAMILY STYLE DINING ’19“ ^ V <m£1^Tuíé» / f>-i i*« virsiii    R-mb    Turtft    O'-taisw    PütiÉun    htm/t (jiccr ftunk (tuisniy Ujtbsh. 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