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KO Finance Meeting Today, Wednesday

The Keystone Oaks School District administrative staff will hold two public meeting sessions today, Wednesday, to discuss the school's financial situation.

The administrative staff of Keystone Oaks School District will hold two sessions of a public meeting to discuss the school's financial situation today, Wednesday, in the Keystone Oaks High School auditorium.

Superintendent William Stropkaj will lead the meetings along with assistant Superintendent Kathy Foster, Director of Fiscal Services Eric Brandenburg, and district Communications Specialist Jim Cromie.

The information sessions are expected to last about 20 minutes each. Following the session, the administration will take and answer questions from the public.

If you're going:

  • What: Keystone Oaks School District Budget/Financial Status Presentation.
  • When: Wednesday, Oct. 10.
  • Time: The first session is at 9:30 a.m. The same presentation also will be given at 6:30 p.m.
  • Where: Keystone Oaks High School auditorium.
  • Cost: Free. These sessions are open to the public.

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Erin Faulk October 10, 2012 at 04:55 PM
This was a very long meeting, but very informative. I attended the morning session, which started at 9:30 a.m. (the Q&A session was still continuing when I left at noon). Lots of good info about the district presented. I will have a few video clips on Patch tomorrow from Wednesday's morning session, in case you were not able to attend. Second session is at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
Jerry Proctor October 10, 2012 at 06:50 PM
I am looking forward to your analysis. I want to go tonight but I have to work. I may be able to catch the second half.
Erin Faulk October 10, 2012 at 08:28 PM
I think the video clips I'm putting together will explain a lot, especially because readers will be able to hear/see the explanations right from the administrators. Superintendent Stropkaj discussed the district's financial status in terms of several issues, including how closing/not closing schools would impact finances. He also gave a very helpful overview of the difficulties all districts—not just KO—are facing right now. Eric Brandenberg gave a good picture of the district's financial situation, now and looking forward into the next couple of years.

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