Enterprise City School Superintendent Dr. Jim Reese says he'll soon have a detailed plan to deal with the affects' of a nine percent across-the-board proration.
At this month's Enterprise School Board meeting, Dr. Reese estimates the district will lose around $3 million in state monies.
The “cutbacks” will not affect the construction of the high school, or Hillcrest Elementary, but Dr. Reese says it could delay future capital projects. He hopes to have all the numbers by the February board meeting.
Proration is expected to have a greater impact on those school districts with limited cash reserves in the bank.
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