The Carrollton School board approved the annual budget during the Tuesday night meeting. Superintendent Judith Delany says the district will receive fewer dollars from Missouri this year..
The loss is reported to be around $100-thousand dollars. In contrast, there are other sources that continue to support local education…
In an effort to attract and keep valuable educators the board approved what averages out to a 7% pay raise for classified and certified staff. Looking ahead to the fall semester students will need additional lunch money. Discount programs will remain intact but the cost to purchase a meal will go up. Superintendent Judith Delany says the changes are requirements handed down from another level of the educational system..
The increase will include improvements menu that will give kids and faculty easier access to healthy options..
The lunch counter is expected to charge two-dollars and 30-cents per meal.