School district readying for 10 percent loss of funding
By Becky Barnes
Thursday, April 4, 2013 at 9:15 am
The Harrison County School District is digging in while awaiting the pending budget cuts that are promised to occur in several areas.
Superintendent Andy Dotson said Tuesday the district was notified that it could expect at least a 10 percent cut in federal and Title programs including Title I, II and III, special education, early childhood development and preschool as a result of sequestration.
Factor in no increase for Support Education Excellence in Kentucky (SEEK) funding and a decrease in student enrollment, and you have a greatly reduced budget.
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