Claremont lunch debt is deep, but not wide
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The Claremont school board spent most of its Wednesday night meeting in non-public session, which is used for discussing legal matters or personnel issues. After they came out of non-public session they voted to seal the minutes of the session for 76 years.
The main focus of the public portion of the meeting was the Bluff Elementary School fourth-grade class trip to the White Mountains. Teachers Zina Jones and Alicia Simino showed a short video of the overnight trip, which Jones has been leading for 20 years. The kids stay at Indian Head Resort and go up Mount Washington on the Cog Railway, among other activities. The board unanimously approved the trip.