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By Stephanie Lai
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TVUSD closes deficit gap to $6 million

 

Last updated 6/28/2018 at 5:42pm



Temecula Valley Unified School District administrators have managed to trim down a $14.3 million deficit to a projected $6 million by 2019-20.

According to the TVUSD website, financial reductions were made in the amount of almost $11 million. In their second year of budget reductions, TVUSD has taken cost-prevention actions such as installing solar panels to lower energy usage and costs. While combating a changing Local Control Funding Formula and increased retirement and pension contribution rates, the district has no intentions on reducing the number of certificated employees for this sch...



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tucalota writes:

Why is TVUSD educating all the new children moving into Wildomar, Murrieta and Menifee? The cities all grabbed developer dollars and threw up new homes every where. They couldn't wait to get tax dollars. But who is paying for all these children to be educated? They all advertise Temecula Schools or Temecula School District when it is no where near the City limits of Temecula. These cities should have planned for their own schools and made their own school districts. They need to pay for theirown

 
 
 

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