To the Editor: In your last issue about State Senator Duff\u2019s meeting at the Darien Library, you stated that, \u201cDuff said there were 39 districts in the state that have \u201980 students\u2019 in them, yet receive, in some cases, millions of dollars in state support.\u201d I rebutted the Senator\u2019s numbers at the meeting and urge your readers to visit the website: http:\/edsight.ct.gov\/. Under the \u201cStudents\u201d section there is a tab for \u201cEnrollment counts.\u201d On Friday, I confirmed with the Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE) that these are the enrollment numbers that they use. There are a few districts with less than 80 students enrolled, and most of these are special school or districts that have already regionalized. At Monday night\u2019s meeting, I gave Senator Duff my data and contact information, and he agreed to reconcile the numbers. I followed up with an e-mail two days later, stating \u201cSince we both received our data from CSDE, I would appreciate it if your staff would help reconcile these figures.\u201d I have not received a response from Senator Duff. Paul HendricksonThe writer has been a school business manager for 10 years, is a former Darien selectman and currently serves on Darien\u2019s Board of Finance.