JAMESTOWN – The Jamestown Public Schools District remains in a holding pattern when it comes to producing a final budget. That’s according to an article in today’s Jamestown Post-Journal, which says that while the state has reached an agreement on the 2012-13 budget, Jamestown superintendent Deke Kathman says the school board would be unable to move forward in their budget process until it knows the actual state revenues.
Even if the district does not receive its state aid runs, Kathman said that he is sure that the board will be making its final budget decisions at its next meeting, which is scheduled for April 17. He was also optimistic that there will be some restoration when those numbers are announced.
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