Fiscal outlook for D-428 not pretty
DeKALB – Parents of DeKalb School District 428 students could be paying higher fees in the future as the district tries to reverse its fiscal outlook.
Board President Tom Matya mentioned the fee-raising as a possibility after district officials learned they will have an operating deficit hovering around $2 million every year going into the 2017-18 school year. The district’s budget for the 2012-13 school year includes a $2.3 million deficit.
Matya did not offer any specifics on what fees could be raised.
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