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

ALGONQUIN — Even if Community Unit School District 300 receives all the money it is owed by the state of Illinois for the past school year, its budget for the new school year starts out $6.3 million in the hole. That leaves the Carpentersville-area school district’s 2011-12 tentative budget $500,714 short, according to District 300 CFO Cheryl Crates. Crates presented a budget with $191.5 million in revenues and $192 million in expenditures to the school board at its regular meeting Monday night. That shortfall comes after the school board struggled to make about $6.1 million in sometimes controversial cuts to its budget. For the rest of the story, visit The Courier-News.

In Uncategorized on August 23, 2011 at 10:35 am

D300 budget comes up short (Sun-Times Media)


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