Cindy Horner was skeptical that that would make a difference in getting the override passed. Myra Westfall agreed. DeLay told the board they didn’t need to decide at Tuesday’s meeting, but said they will want to have the language figured out by their next business meeting, Aug. 15. Horner pointed out that it’s highly unlikely that the state is going to fix the situation with education funding in the next six or seven years. They don’t have to, because we keep figuring out what to do, Cheri Dubs said. We keep bailing them out, Horner added, saying the funds are being split up to go to entitlements. That’s where school districts are losing out. DeLay said Medicaid is part of it, along with entitlements and an aging population that isn’t buying as many taxable items, such as cars, so the tax base is suffering. She notes that is something that is addressed in a YouTube video posted on the district website, www.re1valleyschools.org .
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That’s where school districts are losing out. DeLay said Medicaid is part of it, along with entitlements and an aging population that isn’t buying as many taxable items, such as cars, so the tax base is suffering. She notes that is something that is addressed in a YouTube video posted on the district website, www.re1valleyschools.org . The video was down for a short period to get some information corrected, but it is now back online. Westfall suggested they ask around to find out if a sunset would change the way people would vote on the ballot question. The board agreed. In discussing what the override funds will be used for, the board decided they would like them to be used for successfully competing in attracting and retaining highly qualified staff and to expand academic opportunities for students through technology, textbooks and other learning materials. DeLay noted the district is very careful to look at the language of the 2005 override question in determining whether mill levy override funds can be used for certain things. Dubs pointed out it will give voters a picture of what the district is asking for. Later, the board discussed what the district’s plan B” might be. DeLay made sure they understood this is not anything the district is looking at doing this school year, but things RE-1 might have to in future years if the district for some reason decides not to pursue the override or if it doesn’t pass.
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