Hollidaysburg Area School District administrators have begun the process of creating their own cyber charter school. Superintendent Dr. Paul Gallagher discussed plans with board members Wednesday night. He says the district wants to get the roughly 40 kids taking online classes elsewhere back into the district. Gallagher says it’s much more cost effective to have kids living in the district take classes offered by the district. The district pays about $8,500 per student who takes classes elsewhere. Officials say if all goes well, the Hollidaysburg Cyber Academy could be in operation next year.