School Budget Will Get Public Input Monday
The Upper Dublin School Board will hold a budget-centric meeting at the high school.
The Upper Dublin School Board didn’t go into depth on the budget before it passed the district’s 2013-14 preliminary budget earlier this month, but residents will have a chance to weigh tonight.
The Upper Dublin School Board will meet Monday at 6 p.m. in the Cardinal Room at the high school. According to Katie Braun, the school district’s assistant to the superintendent, the community will have a chance to voice concerns over the budget at the end of the meeting; the meeting will start off with a budget presentation from school district business administrator Brenda Jones Bray.
See the proposed agenda in the pdf section.
There will be another meeting focusing on the budget March 18 at 6 p.m. in the Cardinal Room.
The school district is facing a budget crunch; last month Superintendent Michael Pladus said the district could face several cuts.