On Religion, The Media and Life as a 20-something in Chicago

ALGONQUIN — “Middle school was a train wreck to begin with,” said Monica Clark, a member of the Community Unit School District 300 Board of Education. Clark was expressing her reluctance to support cutting 0.5 counseling positions from two middle schools in the Carpentersville-area school district. But she may as well have been describing school board members’ feelings toward the administrative proposal for 2011-2012 budget reductions. The school board held a special work session Wednesday night to discuss in detail those proposed reductions and their impacts before voting on them at its next meeting on Monday, Feb. 28. Those reductions are aimed at cutting $8.3 million from the school district’s budget for next school year. For the rest of the story, visit The Courier-News.

In Uncategorized on February 17, 2011 at 6:30 pm

More D300 talk on budget cuts (Sun-Times Media)


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