The Fort Dodge Group Faculty District Board of Training has set a public listening to for the district’s 2020-2021 licensed price range.
The listening to will probably be at 6 p.m. on March 23 on the Central Administration Constructing, 104 S. 17th St.
The proposed price range contains complete revenues of $63,248,306 and complete expenditures of $65,712,719. The proposed property tax fee is 16.55% per $1,000 taxable valuation.
Additionally through the Monday night time faculty board assembly, the board handed a decision “in help of an entire depend within the Decennial U.S. 2020 Census.”
“It is a joint decision between the varsity district and the Nationwide Training Affiliation … and it’s our board’s method of publicly supporting and inspiring individuals to take part within the 2020 Census,” Superintendent Dr. Jesse Ulrich stated. “Why that is such an necessary subject is that is the federal depend of the census and our federal are primarily based on that quantity.”
Fort Dodge resident Rick Kuhlman addressed the varsity board through the feedback from the general public on his considerations for exterior lighting at Fort Dodge Senior Excessive. Kuhlman, a retired Senior Excessive principal, advised the board there are some spots across the FDSH constructing that lack enough lighting at night time, creating security considerations.
“I simply assume it could be in the perfect curiosity of the varsity district so as to add some further lighting,” he stated.
Board member Steve Springer requested if the district has funds budgeted for security gear like further out of doors lighting.
Ulrich indicated sure.
No motion was taken through the Monday night time assembly.
The subsequent faculty board assembly will probably be at 6 p.m. on March 9 on the Central Administration Constructing.