Due to a lack of space at l’École Parchemin in East Angus, roughly 50 students enrolled in the Hauts-Cantons School Board living east of Route 108 in Bury will be transferred to École Saint-Paul in Scotstown at the beginning of next school year, according to Director General Martial Gaudreau. The council of commissioners for the French board is expected to vote on the resolution approving the transfer at the next meeting, scheduled for Jan.30. A group of parents from Bury have circulated a petition raising concerns about the transfer, asking the board to explore other options. Annie Duhaime, who represents the Bury parent’s group, outlined a number of issues with the transfer of students from East Angus to Scotstown. See full story in the Wednesday, Jan. 24th edition of The Record.