Enrollment in Lodi Unified School District schools is going up for the first time in years, although staff are reluctant to call it an about-face from recent trends.
“In the last four years we have been declining, but we have a slight turnaround this year,” said Tim Hern, the district’s chief business official. “The ray of hope is we have a larger-than-expected kindergarten class.”
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