District 428 looking to maximize dollars
Committee to report way District 428 can save money
DeKALB – A school board committee in charge of finding ways for School District 428 to save money soon will make recommendations that affect how and where DeKalb-area students go to school.
For months, a group of 20 school administrators, teachers, community leaders and teachers’ union representatives have been researching how the district can maximize its dollars and facilities while maintaining the quality of education.
“Their job was to look at everything,” said Tracy Williams, the board’s vice president and a member of the finance and facilities advisory committee. Another board member, Michael Lord, also was on the committee.
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