D-432 facing $800K in cuts
SOMONAUK – School District 432 school board members will announce in February $800,000 in staff and program cuts that will be implemented over two years if a tax-increase referendum fails in April.
With the failure of a November measure requesting a tax increase, the school board now must plan for life without any additional revenue, school board President Thomas Nielsen said. The cuts would not be implemented if voters approve a tax increase referendum, Nielsen said.
Nielsen painted a grim picture of the district’s future without the added revenue, with everything ranging from electives to sports on the chopping block.
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