HR Schools Enters Budget Prep Concerned With Funding Level

With uncertainty surrounding Oregon’s K-12 education budget again during the current legislative session, the Hood River County School District enters its fiscal preparations for the 2017-18 academic year facing the potential of cuts.  Hood River County School District Superintendent Dan Goldman says they are using the proposed funding level in Governor Kate Brown’s budget, but that would involve using reserves they’ve built up over recent years, which would allow them to maintain where they are at with minimal cuts.  But he adds that would create a funding cliff leading to larger cuts two years from now if the funding picture does not brighten.  Goldman does believe there is opportunity for people in Oregon to have input to move the funding level higher than what the Governor has proposed.

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