It also notes that this revenue, together with the revenue generated by the override passed in 2005, will not be greater than 15 percent of the district’s total program funding. By law districts cannot ask for more than 25 percent of their total program funding. We don’t want to ask for any more than we absolutely need, DeLay said. She mentioned a suggestion she got from another superintendent, which she doesn’t think is a bad idea: to include a six or seven year sunset. Cindy Horner was skeptical that that would make a difference in getting the override passed. Myra Westfall agreed. http://roberthenrywizard.pca-plus.com/2016/08/05/a-quick-a-to-z-on-simple-curriculum-vitae-methods/DeLay told the board they didn’t need to decide at Tuesday’s meeting, but said they will want to have the language figured out by their next business meeting, Aug. 15. Horner pointed out that it’s highly unlikely that the state is going to fix the situation with education funding in the next six or seven years.
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