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Hartselle Enquirer

Hartselle board ahead of budgeted revenue

Randy Garrison

Hartselle Enquirer

 

During the financial reports from CSFO, Jonathan Craft, the Hartselle Board of Education was informed they are ahead of revenue versus last year. With 33.3% of the 2015-2016 budget year in the books Hartselle is at 39.69% of revenue to budget.

Last year that number was 34.96 for the same period.

Craft did mention the city appropriations are now going into the general fund instead of the capital fund, as they were last year. The reserve also grew from 3.38 months at the end of December, to 3.87 months of operating funds at the end of January.

During the superintendent’s report, Dr. Vic Wilson reported on the recently signed Academic and Career Technical Consortium with Morgan County Schools. This agreement will allow Hartselle students to take technical and vocational classes offered by Morgan County, and Morgan County students to take Advanced Placement (AP) classes offered at Hartselle. Wilson also mentioned that Hartselle students may be able to participate in ROTC, which is offered at Priceville and Brewer High Schools.

In other board action:

• Approved the final reading of the board policy on residency

• Approved out-of-state field trip for the High School band to travel to New Orleans in April to perform for the New Orleans River Walk

• Approved the use of J.P. Cain Stadium for the annual Relay for Life event on May 20.

• Approved the retirement of Deana Foote, environmental ser

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