No one's blind to today's economy, and Red Bluff Union High School administrators recently approved a $50 fee for students to participate in a sport to cut costs.
Rather than cut out sports programs like golf and tennis, Red Bluff Union High School opted to charge the sport fee instead, which will be limited to a $150 total and waived for students who have free or reduced lunch forms on file.
Do you think Red Bluff Union High School's new fall policy of paying a fee to play a sport is fair? Weigh in below.
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