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March 26, 2013

Budget Cuts Could Have Been Worse for Rapid City Schools

$500,000 less in school funding due to federal budget cuts.

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Rapid City School Superintendent Tim Mitchell reports that he is happy that the projected federal budget cuts are not larger.  The automatic budget cuts-known as sequester-have been revealed.  This will allow planning to begin for next year's budget.  The full article may be read in the Rapid City Journal.

Follow the Rapid City schools  budget items in the archive.  View the 2012-13 school budgets on the school's website..

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