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Full-Day Kindergarten Decision Needs to be Made Soon, Sparta Superintendent Says

Program expected to cost about $1.5 million for the first year and $1.2 million each year to maintain it.

Sparta's Board of Education continued its discussion Monday night on possibly implementing full-day kindergarten.

Whatever is decided, Superintendent Dennis Tobin said, needs to be done soon, according to the New Jersey Herald.

"Whatever is decided will affect the upcoming budget," Tobin is quoted in the article as saying.

The full-day kindergarten program is projected to cost about $1.5 million for the first year and $1.2 million each year to maintain the program, according to the article.

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