Four Years of Corbett/Lawrence budgets: A failed record
More than a third of districts plan to cut, reduce or charge students fees to participate in 220 extracurricular and sports programs.
Action needs to be taken on the state pension crisis
"It is unfair for Big Oil to get tax breaks while families are losing their homes because of high property taxes."
The spending plan meets the district's objectives of pursuing initiatives that will increase academic performance and of making other upgrades to facilities that will ensure the safety of students and staff.
The school board adopts a $60.8 million spending plan
Superintendent calls the budget a 'reinvestment in Avon Grove'
Budget considerations have involved an increase in income from participation fees charged to students, parking fees, tax revenue, and fees for renting the district's facilities.
The new budget includes a decreased cost if healthcare and funding for a Ready to Learn Block Grant.
$18.4 million budget will be adopted later this week.