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Enrollment at Williamsville schools projected to decrease 3% over 5 years

Enrollment in the Williamsville Central School District, the area's largest suburban district, is projected to decrease by 3 percent over the next five years, officials said Tuesday.

The number of students in the district  is projected to decrease from 9,967 this year to 9,680 for the 2022-2023 school year, according to a report presented to the School Board.

The decrease is expected to be "partially mitigated" by an influx of new students across all grades moving into the district, the report stated.

By 2022-2023, enrollment is projected to increase by 107 at the elementary level, decrease by 242 at the middle school level and decrease by 152 in the high schools.

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