The supervisors will meet April 26 to discuss and vote on the school budget.
By Ben Bomberger, Reporter
Sunday, April 24, 2011 at 9:42 pm
INDEPENDENCE – Give the schools the money they need in the 2011-12 budget, many schools proponents told the Grayson supervisors in a marathon public hearing last Wednesday
More than two dozen citizens spoke for more than two hours at public hearing on the proposed Grayson County Public Schools budget.
With more than 70 people in attendance, many of the speakers asked the board to fully fund the $5.56 million schools request, citing lack of raises, aging buildings and outdated resources as the primary reasons the funding was needed.
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