After more than 200 Campbell County residents and parents spoke out against the idea of moving school start times at the secondary and elementary level, school trustees have agreed to put the issue on the back burner.

Trustees talked about the issue before their regular public school meeting Tuesday and seemed to come to a consensus to delay looking at the idea of moving back start times for junior high and high school age students until a long list of other changes — taking effect in fall 2017 — have been completed.

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