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City School Officials Unveil $68 Million Budget

City School Officials Unveil $68 Million Budget

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The Charlottesville Schools have unveiled a $68 million budget proposal. School board members they will need an additional $2 million from City Hall during the next academic year. Several school board members are debating whether they should raise the tuition by 5 or 10% for families who live outside the city limits.  Charlottesville High School gets many of the out-of-district students who are paying tuition. The board will vote on a preliminary budget February 27th, and send it to the City Manager’s office.

 

 

 

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