The Silver Consolidated School District reported that enrollment is up slightly this fall to the Silver City Daily Press in an October 29, 2007 atricle. The current enrollment is at 3,121 students up from an average of 3,110 during the 2006-07 school year. If the increase holds through the end of the school year it will reverse a 12 year trend of declining enrollment. The Superintendent Dick Pool stated that the two primary factors for the loss of students has been the decrease in employment at the area mines and the shift to promoting Silver City as a retirement community.
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