DeKalb School Board to Vote on Budget Monday
The board is working to close a $73 million gap in the budget for next school year.
The DeKalb County Schools board of education could make a final decison Monday night on the overall budget for next school year.
The board is working to close a $73 million gap in the budget for next school year and proposed costs savings include increasing class sizes and raising taxes.
A final vote on the budget is expected at the school board meeting Monday night, June 11. Public comments will be held before the board vote.
If you go: DeKalb school board meeting Monday, June 11, at 6 p.m. at District headquarters, 1701 Mountain Industrial Boulevard, Stone Mountain.
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