Big Bear Lake, CA — Bear Valley Unified School District is poised to make another $100,000 in cuts for this school year, and needs to plan for an additional reduction of $880,000 in spending for school year 2010/2011, based on reductions in revenue at the state level. On Monday, April 12, the school district’s Budget Advisory Committee will cull their budget cut recommendations, which will then be forwarded to BVUSD’s Board of Trustees for consideration at their April 14 meeting. This Monday’s meeting, to be held at North Shore Elementary School (on Stanfield Cutoff) at 5:30pm, will be the public’s final opportunity to contribute input prior to the BAC’s final recommendations, so parents and interested community members are encouraged to participate. The Budget Advisory Committee is comprised of district staff Walter Con and Tim Larson, school board President Beverly Grabe, union representatives Alan Caldwell (for BVEA) and Bonnie South (for CSEA), school site representatives Tina Fulmer, Jeannette Haston and Pam Reames, and parent Mary Kelso; Superintendent Dr. Nancy Wright also participates on the Budget Advisory Committee, but in a non-voting capacity.
School District’s Budget Advisory Committee to Prepare Final Budget Cut Recommendations; Public Input Welcomed at Monday Meeting
Posted on 04/08/2010 Written by