Come this fall, Goodrich will no longer have its own high school.
It will enter a co-op with McClusky High School.
"Declining enrollment," is the reason given by Goodrich Superintendent and Principal Rodney Scherbenske.
Goodrich will keep a K-6 grade school, and grades 7 to 12 will go to McClusky.
Scherbenske said next year, Goodrich would have had 4 students in 7-12, and he says McClusky would have 15 students.
"Very few kids left in Sheridan County, between both schools," Scherbenske said.