It’s time to develop the Palm Beach County School District’s 2014 budget and they’re looking for help. Achieving greater efficiency of operations and to redirect more funding to further benefit classroom instruction are top goals according to the District.
According to a release from the District:
The capital budget faces a significant budget shortfall next year, due to the reduction in allowable capital millage rates and lowered property values during the recent recession.
The capital budget funds new and replacement schools, maintenance of facilities, fire, life and safety requirements, computers, and vehicles for transportation, police and maintenance.
The input of parents, teachers, students, employees and members of the community is being sought by the district.
To submit ideas on how the district can operate more efficiently and reduce costs click here.
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