D-428 OKs budget with $2.3M deficit
DeKALB – The DeKalb School District 428 board approved a budget with a $2.3 million deficit with little debate Tuesday.
Despite getting an extra $400,000 in general state aid payments from the state last year, the district is projected to lose $1.3 million this year when the state shrinks its pro-ration rate from 95 percent to 89 percent.
Board President Tom Matya said the board and district officials did everything they could in order to shrink the deficit.
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