School district plans public input meetings
The Baldwin School District has planned a pair of community input meetings and now has the report by the fact-finding committee regarding possible budget cuts on its Web site.
The district has had to cut around $1 million from its budget and there could be additional cuts in state aid, which could cause more. The committee was formed to identify possible cuts, but made no recommendations to the school board about them.
Meetings will be April 8 and April 20 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the District Office.
“We want people to know that if those two dates don’t work, people are welcome to come to the April 12 regular meeting,” said Supt. Paul Dorathy, adding that people should read the report before attending meetings.
The district’s Web site is usd348.com.
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