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Fewer than 30 people attended the East Knox School District meeting on the financial issues faced by the district. The 2 1/2 hour session headed by Superintendent Matt Caputo, high school principal Ryan Gallwitz and elementary principal Genelle Eggerton covered all aspects of funding problems.
Fewer than 30 people attended the East Knox School District meeting on the financial issues faced by the district. The 2 1/2 hour session headed by Superintendent Matt Caputo, high school principal Ryan Gallwitz and elementary principal Genelle Eggerton covered all aspects of funding problems. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

By Mount Vernon News
February 29, 2012 11:40 am EST

 

HOWARD — East Knox School District administrators painted a foreboding picture for the future of the district Tuesday night in a community meeting held at the East Knox Middle School. It was the second of two such meetings, following one held two weeks ago at the elementary school in Bladensburg.

Officials said that barring an increase in revenue it is inevitable that the district will slip into fiscal emergency sometime in 2013.

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