Clifton officials cracking down on non-resident students

The Clifton Board of Education has launched a re-registration campaign to ensure students attending schools in Clifton actually live there.Parents must present at least three

CLIFTON - The Clifton Board of Education has launched a re-registration campaign to ensure students attending schools in Clifton actually live there.

Parents must present at least three forms of documentation as proof of their address. Board members have raised the reward to $1,500 for tipsters who turn in students who do not live in Clifton yet attend school there.

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