Nov 18 2010

Piedmont School Budget shortage drops from $5 million to $4 million

The expected District shortage over the next 2 years has been reduced to $4 million from the $5 million previously expected, according to Assistant School Superintendent Michael Brady at the October 27th Board of Education meeting.  This good news results from increased Federal and State funding allocations for Piedmont schools.  Cost savings have not yet been addressed and mid-year cuts later this year may still be necessary. Materials Available: Board packet; Video (item VII A); Informational summary of portions of the October 27th meeting prepared by School Board Member June Monarch.

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