Ann Arbor, Dexter school boards to talk finances in meetings this week
Once again, budget talks will dominate Washtenaw County school board meetings this week.
Starting today with the Dexter school board, elected officials will be hearing from administrators about what cuts need to be made this school year to balance their budgets.
Dexter will meet at 6:30 p.m. tonight in the Creekside Media Center. Click here to see a variety of financial data, including different scenarios and some cuts that have already been put in place. The district has posted the material on its Web site.
Money talk is also expected to dominate the Ann Arbor school board this week. The board will hold two public meetings.
The first is a regular meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the downtown library.Â On the agenda for the evening is the approval of the district’s annual financial audit.
In addition, Robert Allen, the district’s deputy superintendent for operations, will give a report on the first quarter financial results. He previewed that report last week for the board’s performance committee. Click here to see coverage of that meeting.
The meeting to watch will be Thursday. The Ann Arbor school board will get together with district administrators at 5:30 p.m. at the district headquarters to discuss the budget for the year, including recommendations from administrators for budget cuts.
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