Sen. Cooper Garnos, R-Presho, concluded that his plan to change the payment schedule for school districts, so that an additional $25 million in school aid might flow their way in 2012, won’t work. The Senate as a matter of courtesy kept the legislation, SB 133, alive last week and sent it to the House of Representatives for further work. On Monday morning, he sat down with the House Appropriations Committee and asked that it be killed. The members obliged, tabling it 9-0. Garnos had used a piece of legislation that Sen. Tim Rave, R-Baltic, had introduced specifically to serve as a vehicle for possible other use.