Cost Reduction Ideas...Input....
We are interested in your input and ideas. Please fell free to use this form to give us input.
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I have read the Jay Schools Budget and Finance Review on the Jay Schools website at www.jayschools.k12.in.us
In the months ahead we will provide everyone an opportunity to provide input on budget reduction options. However, we want an immediate way for you to provide ideas to our Budget Control Committee as it begins it's work. What cost reduction ideas would you suggest for Jay Schools?
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The biggest factors driving school costs are: People, Programs and Buildings. What are your biggest concerns or opinions about possible budget cuts in these areas? (layoffs, program cuts, building closure(s)).
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It is important for people to be informed before they make up their minds. What questions do you have about the finances of our schools? What kind of information would you like to know more about? How can the school district keep people better informed?
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It is important for people to be informed before they make up their minds. What questions do you have about the finances of our schools? What kind of information would you like to know more about? How can the school district keep people better informed?
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One option the state gives school districts is called a referendum. This gives school districts an option to obtain a vote to increase property taxes. A referendum is a public question placed on a ballot by a local unit. Indiana Code allows the governing body of a school corporation to adopt a resolution to place a public question on a ballot if the governing body determines that the school corporation (1) cannot carry out its public educational duty unless it imposes a referendum tax levy or (2) that a referendum tax levy should be imposed to replace property tax revenue that the school corporation will not receive because of the application of circuit breaker credits. Past referenda have included construction projects (for various taxing units, including schools) and operating needs (for schools). Since November 2008, 65 percent of school referenda in Indiana on the ballot have passed. Would you support raising local taxes (referendum) to prevent cuts to school programming, teachers and staff or to prevent the closing of a school in Jay County?
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