It was voted Tuesday night, 7-0 by the members of the Croswell-Lexington Board of Education to share administrative services with the Carsonville-Port Sanilac district. C-PS approved the decision at their meeting Thursday. Kevin Miller, current superintendent of Cros-Lex schools will become superintendent of both districts. The agreement also provides C-PS with services from Cros-Lex’s curriculum, special education, technology and athletic directors, and allow C-PS students in ninth- through 11th-grades to participate in Cros-Lex’s Early College program. The program allows students to graduate with a high school diploma and associate degree from SC4 after five years. According to Miller, some six students have expressed interest in the Early College program thus far. There will be no layoffs as a result of the partnership. There are just under 2,900 students in the two districts.