Two of the most important issues facing School District 65 in the past year are reopening the schools for in-person learning and addressing the District’s projected deficits. The reopening of schools was delayed three times, and schools reopened for about 3,600 students with a hybrid model on Feb. 16. The projected operating deficits are forecast to grow to $15 million by the 2025-2026 (FY’26) school year – if new revenues are not found or expenses cut.
Several members of the District 65 School Board have discussed these matters in private with District…
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