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Allison Glass/News Kenyon College language program coordinator Mary Kathryn Malone, right, addresses the Mount Vernon City Schools Board of Education Monday evening regarding dissatisfaction with scheduling changes at Wiggin Street elementary school. Malone, joined by Jami Ingledue, far left, and Jeffrey Williams, parents of children who attend Wiggin Street, raised concerns to the board regarding the changes in schedule for recess times and art and music classes.

Wiggin Street parents address changes

Parents and community members within Wiggin Street elementary school again raised concerns and put pressure on the board regarding changes to the school’s time schedule for recess, art, music and physical education classes at Monday evening’s Mount Vernon City Schools board of education meeting.

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