Most area schools will take a ‘hit’

Eight of the nine area public school districts will see reductions in their state aid payments next year, according to figures announced March 11 by the Nebraska Department of Education.

The three Boone County school districts collectively will lose more than $114,000 in state aid revenues for 2010-11, and one area school district, Twin River, will lose more than 68 percent of its state aid funding, a reduction of more than $450,000 for next year.

Boone Central, which had a small increase in state aid for the current school year, will see a reduction of $34,282 for next year. The district’s total state aid will decline from $106,223 for the current year (2009-10) to $71,941 for next year.

Details in the March 24 Albion News Print Edition.

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