FHPS superintendent, Dan Behm, recently sat down with local news reporters to discuss the enhancement millage and explain facts that voters should know. The story covered by WOODTV explains what it would mean for Forest Hills and what it would mean for another public school in our area. An additional news story was featured by mLive and written by Jan Holst. Both stories and their links can be found on the FHPS webpage for Strong Schools, Strong Communities. If you need more information, please visit, www.fhps.net, or kentisd.org. The enhancement millage election is Tuesday, May 2.
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