Collierville And SCS Settle School Dispute

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(WREG-TV) Collierville and SCS have settled their school dispute.

Collierville will get the deeds for the schools within its city limits in return for paying SCS $6 million over 12 years for pensions and other teacher-related costs.

Millington will have a meeting Friday about a possible deal.

Shelby County commissioners will vote on the Lakeland and Arlington deals Friday.

The future of Germantown schools remains uncertain. At 4 on WREG, reporter Adam Hammond explains why Germantown may have to go back to the drawing board.

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