The $11.4M budget is broken down into five categories - the general fund, capital outlay, special education, pension fund, and Impact Aid fund. This version of the budget has not been changed since its initial adoption in May.
The Custer School District Board of Education also reviewed the district’s food service management company at this meeting, comparing two proposals from competing companies. Lunchtime Solutions, Inc., the district’s current provider, was chosen over CBM. The school is required to review bids for new companies every five years.
Superintendent Mark Naugle also spoke at the meeting about his submission of an application for a generator for Custer Junior and Senior High Schools. The project is similar to one in Hermosa and would be funded by a Homeland Security grant.