The Gallatin R-5 Board of Education learned at their regular meeting held Aug. 16 that enrollment is up, representing an18 year high, with 642 students.
“It hasn’t been an overnight growth,” said Superintendent James Ruse. “Enrollment has been slowly ebbing up the last three years, fluctuating between 620 and 625 students. Historically we drop a little before we hit spring.”
The tax rate hearing was held. The tax rate was