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“It's a well-oiled, pupil-run system where students are empowered to make decisions in a fair and open handle,” Milani said. But he said that SGB must operate “according to the policies and procedures” in the enchiridion. Former SGB President Molly

Community Calendar for Jan. 20

Directions at www.sasiathome.org/telephone/contact.html. Super Seniors, a Jewish senior circle for those 60 or older meets from 3-4:30 pm on first and third Sundays at the North Shore University Form System Skokie Hospital, 9600 Gross Point Road,

Medicaid Program; Disproportionate Share Hospital Payments--Uninsured Definition

To make it at uncompensated Medicaid costs, all Medicaid payments received from the Assert for Medicaid hospital services, including supplemental payments, must be netted against those costs. The deficient type of costs allowable as part of the Medicaid DSH

Levy tries, cuts set tone for Hilliard's year

Nonessential programs and operations that would be wrecked were high school bus service, professional development, discretionary spending, summer coterie, and all supplemental contracts for extracurricular programs including the arts, music and sports.

UNG enrollment expected to approach 20000 this fall

When classes began Monday on all five University of North Georgia campuses with a projected student population nearing 20,000, UNG President Bonita Jacobs said planning and managing growth continues to be a priority.

The school has added faculty to meet growth in enrollment that is expected to be a little more than 5 percent higher than last year, according to numbers provided by UNG. Total enrollment of undergraduates and graduates is projected at 19,576 — 981 students more than last year’s total enrollment of 18,595.

“We’ve added (faculty) where the growth is,” Jacobs said in an interview with The Times last week. “We have high-percentage growth in Cumming and in Gainesville. We’re going to be up 5 or 6 percent, so we have to have faculty and classes to handle our growth in the region. It’s a balance for us. We don’t want to grow too fast. We work really hard to manage our growth while at the same time, we want to be sure to accommodate the needs of our region.”