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District 300 Proposes Budget With Surplus as Contract Negotiations Continue

At this point, a $1.07 million surplus is projected.

The district's new chief financial officer Susan Harkins presented a tentative budget for 2012 with a $1.07 million surplus, according to a Northwest Herald article. 

She said that budget is likely to change as contract negotiations continue with District 300 teachers, according to the article. 

The Northwest Herald has more on this story.

Luka Brat Z August 14, 2012 at 02:20 PM
Slimey move by D300. "Well, we'd have a budget surplus if you're cool with 40 kids n a classroom and we freeze the teachers pay-Again. Butttt, as admin, we'll continue to give ourselves raises like we're frigg'n Rockefellers." Translation: ya don't have a frigg'n surplus! Nice try.
Worried Parent August 14, 2012 at 10:18 PM
The class sizes are ridiculous. I have never seen so many kids squeezed into a classroom. The bus service needs some serious attention.

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